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Full text of "Flastacowo"

The Flastacowo 
1930 




The Old Administration 
Building 



Copyright 
1930 

Sarah Qaldwell 

Editor-in-Chief 

Blanche Qornell 

Business Manager 

Toriraits by 
D. C. Adams Studio 

Engravings by 
Southwestern Engraving Co. 

Trinting by 

FoOTE AND DAVIES Co. 




Florida State College for Women Founded As Such In 1905 



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1930 



Published by the Junior Qlass 
of 



"Volume TIM 



(Do the ^Daughters of the Qollege; the 
^Alumnae, whose loyal support has made 
our school possible; and the class of 1930, 
who proudly pass the torches on to the 
underclassmen— 

c&o the 

Students ^ast and Present 
we dedicate this Dolume of 

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Dr. Edward Conradi Becomes President of Florida State College for Women — IQOQ 




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our colleger-its ideals and 
traditions; 
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the life and aspirations of 
the students, 
c \Kas been the purpose of the 
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^o the daughter s of the Qollege^ 

J. HERE is no greater privilege in this world than to 
give to young men and young women the means of intellec- 
tual and spiritual growth. President Elliott, of Harvard, 
has said that to have this privilege "is a luxury which the an- 
gels of heaven might envy mortals." To exercise this privi- 
lege is the function of a college, including regents and fac- 
ulty and students, and those who furnish the material 
resources. 

It is, therefore, the function of the Florida State College 
for Women to build into the minds and hearts of the young 
women who come here the sacred conviction that truth and 
beauty and goodness ; that honor and integrity and loyalty ; 
that love and zeal and faith; and the will to do are the out- 
standing values of life. I could wish nothing better nor 
greater for the College nor for the Alumna? than that the 
graduates of the first twenty-five years, and all the graduates 
in the years to come, may, as the crowning result of their 
college experience, have this conviction engraved in their 
hearts, and that they may always express it in their daily 
activities in terms of life. 




Dr. Edward Conradi 
President 



^o the 'Daughters of the Qollege^ 

X HE very name with which I salute you implies the faith 
and trust with which we send you forth to join the ranks of 
other splendid women who bear this name with you. 

It is now too late to admonish you or to tell you how to 
live. This has been the aim of our teaching and has been 
held high before you by the splendid men and women who 
have touched your lives during the years that have preceded 
your graduation. In truth, all of these influences have had 
their part in developing the personality which you now 
possess. 

So I shall merely emphasize again the fact that our belief 
is firm and strong that you will "move in the light of the 
spirit and the law." Hence, we have cause to rejoice to send 
you forth bearing our name. 

Daughters of the College, splendid, loyal, true, I bid you 
Godspeed ! 




Charlotte M. Beckham 
Dean of Women 




J. G. Kellum 

Business Manager 







Arthur Williams 

Vice-President 




William George Dodu 
Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences 

A.B., Bethany College; A.M., Harvard University, 1908; 
Ph.D., Harvard University, 191 1. 












Nathaniel Moss Salley 
Dean of the School of Education 

A.B., Wofford College; Graduate Work at University 
of Chicago, University of Wisconsin, Columbia University. 




Margaret Rector Sandels 
Dean of the School of Home Economics 

B.S., A.M., Ph.D., Columbia University; Instructor at 
University of Texas, 191 7-18; Carnegie Institute of Tech- 
nology, Pittsburgh, 1918-20; Department of Nutrition, 
Teachers' College of Columbia, 1 920-22. 








Ella Scoble Opperman 
Dean of the School of Music 

P.M., M.M., Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Pupil 
of Jedliczka in Berlin; Pupil of Moszkowski and Guilmant 
in Paris. 







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Martha E. Maxwell 



Parliamentarian 






MIAMI, FLA. 

A.B. in English 

a An 

Cotillion Club (2, 3, 4); Chairman Dances (3); Fire 
Captain (4). 



Genevieve V. Haile . Athletic Manager 

OCALA, FLA. 

A.B. in English 

Certificate in Physical Education 

K A 

Transfer from Virginia State College (1, 2); Even 
Demonstration (3); Class Basket-ball (3, 4); Class Soc- 
cer (3); Class Baseball (3); Point Committee (4); Class 
Hockey (4), Even (4); "F" Club (4). 



Florence Edwina Abee 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in English 

2 K 

Torchnight (1); Decoration Committee for May Day 
(2); Fealty (3); Finance Committee Y. W. C. A. (3). 



Bess Airth 

LIVE OAK, FLA. 

A.B. in Commerce 
Z T A 



(JUINCY, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
Z T A , K A n 

Class Parliamentarian (1); Freshman Commission (1) 
Chairman Freshman Cabinet (1); Smaller Cabinet Y. W 
C. A. (1, 2, 4); Education Directorate (2, 3); Represent 
ative Judiciary (2); Senate (2, 4); Vice-president Y. W 
(3); Health Committee (3); ("dee Club (4); Represent 
ative W. I. A. S. G. Convention (4); M. S. O. (2, 4) 

Marjorie Louise Anderson Vice-President 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.S. in Chemistry 
A A II 

Scientific Society (3, 4); Orchestra (2); Chairman Cos- 
tumes Even Demonstration (3) ; Chairman Costumes Jun- 
ior Minstrel (3); Chairman Costumes May Day (3); 
Chairman of Even Demonstration (4). 

Bessie Margaret Monroe . . Secretary 

QTJINCY, FLA. 

A.B. 
T , 1 1 2 * 

Freshman Commission (1); Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 
4); Classical Club President (4); Delegate to H 2 <t> 
Convention 13 j. 

Elizabeth Janet Wood . . Treasurer 

PANAMA CITY, FLA. 

A.B. in History 
2 K , AX A 

Torchbearers President (4); Class Athletic Manager 
(1); Class Secretary (3); Senate (2, 4); Vice-President 
Athletic Association (3); "F" Representative Athletic 
Association (4); Flastacowo Business Manager (3); 
Senior Play (4); "F" Club (1, 2, 3, 4 President): Sen- 
ior Representative Judiciary (4); Freshman Commission 
(1); Basket-ball: Class (1, 3, 4), Even (1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity (1); Hockey: Class (1); Soccer: Class (2, 3, 
4), Even (2, 3, 4), Varsity (2); Baseball: Class (2, 3), 
Even (3); Track (2, 3, 4); Swimmin 




Adamary Anderson 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
K ATI 



Susie Anderson 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Commerce 



Virginia Anderson 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in History 

* M 

Freshman Commission (1); Flambeau Staff (2); Clas- 
sical Club (1, 2); Class Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4), Even Soc- 
:er (1, 2); Campus Social Committee (3); Y. W. C. A. 
Executive Cabinet (3, 4); Class Representative to Senate 
(4); Chairman of Point System Committee (4); Senior 
Play (4); Fire Captain of J. M. (4); Torchbearer (4). 



Melba Helen Andrews 

MIMS, FLA. 

A.B. 
Freshman Cabinet ( 1 ) ; Vice-Chairman Jennie Mur- 
)hree (3); Secretary Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3). 





Virginia Carrington Bailey 

FRANKLIN, IND. 

A.B. 

AAA 

Minstrel (2, 3, 4); Co-Author Minstrel (3); Even 
Demonstration (3, 4): Hockey (3); Torchniglit (3). 



Hazel Roberts Bass 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 

Classical Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Harriet Bize 

st. petersburg, fla. 

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Ruth Bize 

TAMPA, FLA. 
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Louise Campbell 

FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Home Economics Club (i, 2, 3, 4); Class Soccer (1, 
2, 3, 4), Even Soccer (2); Class Volley-ball (2, 3, 4); 
"F" Club (2, 3, 4); Even Volley-ball (3, 4), Varsity 
Volley-ball (3); Class Baseball (2, 3); Even Treasurer 
(3. 4). 



Lyndelle Mary Canaday 

LEESBURG, FLA. 

A.B. in English 

OT, X A $ , A X A 

Picture Editor of E"lastacowo (3); Campus Comment 
Distaff (3), Editor Distaff (4). 



Sylvia Genevieve Carlson 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Commerce 



Golda Carlton 

WAUCHULA, FLA. 

A.B. in English 

ASA 



Esther Elizabeth Boardman 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

. l.B. in English 

2 K , A X A 

Freshman Cabinet (1); Torchnight (1); Flambeau Staff 
(1, 2); Distaff Staff (1, 2); Editor Flastacowo (3); 
President Florida State Collegiate Press Association (3); 
Minstrel (3); Chairman Sopbomore Committee Carnival 
(2); Demonstration (4). 



Dorothy Rosamond Boyce 

BARRE, VT. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

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4). 



Pan-Hellenic (3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 



Merle Rose Britt 

PENSACOLA, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 



Helen Bryson 

HOWEY, FLA. 

A.B. in History 
Local History Club (4): History Forum (3, 4). 



Torchnight (2). 




Mattie Mae Carlton 

WAUCHULA, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

AHA 

House Chairman (4), Senate (4); Home Economics 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4): Class Basket-ball (3). 



Lida E. Cadugan 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
Class Volley-ball (2, 3, 4), Even Volley-ball (2, 3, 4), 
Varsity Volley-ball (2, 3, 4); Class Soccer (3. 4), Even 
Soccer (3), Varsity Soccer (3): Class Baseball (1, 2, 
3), Even Baseball (3), Varsity Baseball (3); "F" Club 
(2, 3, 4)- 



Annie Lee Cason 

JASPER, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 

Margaret Chace 

OCALA, FLA. 

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Mary Elizabeth Child 

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 

B.S. in History 
SK 



Louise Clement 

OCALA, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
$ M 

Pan-Hellenic Council (3); Library Committee (4). 



Ruby Clenney 

SNEADS, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 



Fanita Cobb 

OCALA, FLA. 

A.B. in Economics 
SK 








Dorothy Cory Cross 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Sociology 

A II 

Orchestra (i, 2, 3); Fealty (3); Torchnight (2); Sen- 
ior Carnival (2). 



Marina L. Cuevas 



TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Education; L.I. in Education 

K A n , *B 2 

Freshman Commission (1); "F" Club (3, 4); Class 
Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4). Even Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity 
Soccer (3); Class Volley-ball (2, 4); Class Baseball (3); 
President of Phi Beta Sigma (3); Student Assistant 
Florida High School (3); Local History Club (4). 



Margaret Isabella Dazell 

OCALA, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 



Mary Catherine Davis 

GREENSBORO, FLA. 
A.B. 

A A , $ K $ 



Carolyn Elizabeth Cooper 

PENSACOLA, FLA. 

A.B. in Art 



Rebeccah Coyne 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Sociology 
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Life Saver (2). 



Jo Beatrice Cox 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.S. in Commerce 
BT 

Carolyn Crosby 

PENSACOLA, FLA. 

A.B. in Art 




Velda Davis 

SO. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

B.M. in P.S.M. 

ATA 

Glee Club (i, 2, 3, 4), President Glee Club (4); Jun- 
ior Minstrel (2, 3); Class Volley-ball (2, 3, 4), Even 
Volley-ball (2, 3), Varsity (2); Campus Social Commit- 
tee (4). 

Marion Deacon 

LAKE WORTH, FLA. 

A.B. in Commerce 
ASA, * K <I> 
Auditing Committee (2. 4). 

Alice Lemar De Pass 



TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Edncatio 
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Shirley Decker 

ORLANDO, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

XQ 

Freshman Commission; Torchnight (2); Chairman 
Sophomore Senior Breakfast (2); Flambeau (2); Chair- 
man of Minstrel (3); Chairman of Usher Committee (3); 
Chairman of Campus Social Committee (4) ; Senate (3, 
4). 





Ida Arcola Diden 

MILTON, FLA. 

B.S. in Education; LJ. Junior High 
House Chairman (4); Student Assistant Librarian (4): 



Vice-House Chairman (3); P. S. L 
P. S. L. (4). 



3, 4), President 



Lillian Margaret Dickinson 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in English 

K A 

Freshman Cabinet; Vice-House Chairman (3), House 
Chairman (4); Library Committee (4). 



Marie Dixon 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Psychology 

AX A 

Freshman Cabinet (1); Class Hockey (1, 2, 4), Even 
Hockey (1); Swimming (1, 2, 3. 4), Champion (1); "F" 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Athletic Manager (3); Athletic 
Board (3) ; Front Page Reporter Flambeau (2); Assist. 
Editor, Flambeau (3). Editor Flambeau (4); Senate (4); 
Orchesus (1, 2, 3); Life Saver (1. 2, 3, 4); Delegate to 
Florida College Press Association Convention at Rollins 
(3) ; Secretary-Treasurer Florida College Press Associa- 
tion (4) ; Student Assistant Physical Educational Depart- 
ment (4). 



Mamie Ruth Douglas 

LONGWOOD, FLA. 




Class Basket-ball (2, 3); Representative at Large Ath- 
letic Association (4); Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Presi- 
dent B. S. U. (4); Class Hockey (3). 



Dorothy Blair Finlayson 

LAKE CITY, FLA. 

A.B. in English 
Classical Club. 



Mildred Jane Fletcher 

WILLISTON, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 
I.. I. in Primary 

Grace Gardiner 

GREENSBORO, FLA. 

A.B. in French 
Spoken English Certificate 

z t a , b n e 

Classical Club (1, 2, 4); Usher Committee. 



Myra Doyle 

TAMPA, FLA. 

. l.B. in English 
ATA 

House Chairman (4); Torchnight (2); Senate (3, 4). 

Vera LaVeta Dull 

CLERMONT, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 

Physical Education 

K A n , * K * 

Orchestra (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (4); Orchesus (2, 3, 
4); Classical Club (1, 2); Scholarship (2, 3); President 
Physical Education Association (4); Fire Lieutenant (4); 
Chairman Senior Dance Committee (4); "F" Club (2, 3, 
4); Class Basket-ball (3. 4), Even Basket-ball (3, 4); 
Class Soccer (2, 3, 4), Even Soccer (2, 3, 4), Varsity 
Soccer (2, 3, 4); Class Baseball (1, 3); Track (2, 4); 
Student Assistant Physical Education (4). 

Mabel Caroline Dunscombe 

LYNN HAVEN, FLA. 

A.B. French 

x r 

Glee Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francais (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Fire Captain (4); Fire Lieu- 
tenant (2, 3); Class Basket-ball (3); Class Volley-ball 
(4); Class Hockey (3. 4); Track (3, 4); Class Baseball 
(1, 2, 3), Even Baseball (2, 3); Class Tennis (2, 3, 4), 
Even Tennis (2, 3), 

Katherine Eastwood 

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. 

B.S. in Education 
Freshman Commission (1); Home Economics Club (2, 
3, 4); Health Committee (3); Life Saving Corps (3), 
Captain (4); Fire Chief (4); Senate (4). 




Maude Louise Gary 

OCALA, FLA. 

A.B. in French 

ATA 

Orcliesus (2, 3, 4); Life Saver (2); Class Hockey (2, 
3), Even Hockey (2, 3), Varsity Hockey (2, 3); "F" 
Club (2, 3, 4); Track (2, 3); Pan-Hellenic (4). 



Leona Estelle Henderson 

ORLANDO, FLA. 
A.B. 
II 2 $ 

Orchestra (3, 4); Class Hockey (1). 

Mary Lois Gill 

DE LAND, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 1 
2 K 
Transfer from Knox College. 

Alice Gillespie 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 
Classical Club (4). 





Thelma Lucille Goodbread 

LAKE CITY, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

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Associate Member Scientific Society (3, 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); College 4-H Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Helen Goodyear 

GAINESVILLE, FLA. 

B.M. in Organ 

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Chairman Freshman Commission (1); Freshman Cabi- 
net (1); Distaff (2); Torchnight (2); President of Class 
(2); Junior Knight in Fealty (3); Chairman of Judiciary 
(4); Torchbearer (4); Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); American 
Guild of Organists (2, 3, 4); Senate (2, 3, 4); M. S. O. 
Vice-President (3). and Financial Secretary (4). 



Gladys Gregory 

QUINCY, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 
A A 



Ai.van Gregory 

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 

A.B. in English 
Certificate in Spoken English 
A A 
Pan-Hellenic (2, 4); Classical Club (4). 




















Margaret Baskervill Green 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

A.B. in English 

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Mildred Greene 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
A.B. 

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Freshman Cabinet (i); Health Committee (3); Y. W. 
C. A. Finance Committee (3); Library Committee (3). 



Belle Groff 



BRADENTON, FLA. 



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Orchestra (1, 2); Pan-Hellenic (2. 3); Y. W. C. A. 

Finance Committee (3). 



Rosalind Hadley 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
A.B. 

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Qrchesus (2, 3, 4); Minstrel (3). 



Ola Marie Harris 

EAU GALLIE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 



Keller Harris 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

A.B. in Sociology 
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Assistant Editor Distaff (3); Spirogira (3, 4). 

Margaret Y. Harwick 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Sociology 
$ M , X A <p 

Freshman Cabinet (1); Y. W. C. A. Finance Commit- 
tee (1); Fire Captain (2); Flastacowo (2); Flambeau 
(2); Vice-President Y. W. C. A. (3); Usher Committee 
(3); Health Committee (2, 3); Class Treasurer (3); 
Class Hockey (3), Even Hockey (3); Senate (4); Ju- 
diciary (4); Representative to Blue Ridge (3); President 
of Y. W. C. A. (4); Torchbearer (4); Pan-Hellenic (4); 
Senior Class Play (4). 



Alice Hayden 

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

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Life Saving Corps (2, 3, 4); Class Baseball (2, 3, 4); 
Class Hockey (2, 4); Class Volley-ball (2, 3); Class Bas- 
ket-ball (1); Physical Education Association (4). 




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Mildred Lucille Henderson 

ORLANDO, FLA. 

A.B. in Spanish 

Certificate in Physical Education 

* B 2 

Freshman Commission (i); Class Soccer (i, 2, 3, 4), 
Even Soccer (3, 4); Class Volley-ball (2, 3, 4), Even 
Volley-ball (4); House Chairman (4); "F" Club (4). 



Hazel Hebb 

BARTOW, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 
Certificate in Physical Education 

n b$ 

Freshman Cabinet (1); Orchesus (3, 4); "F" Club 
(3, 4); Cheer Leader (3): Health Committee (2, 3); 
Social Committee (2); Home Economics Club (1,2); Life 
Saving Corps; Class Volley-ball (2, 3, 4), Even Vol- 
ley-ball (3); Class Hockey (1, 3, 4), Even Hockey (1, 3, 
4); Physical Education Association (4). 



Alma Heusted 

FORT MYERS, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Home Economics Club Treasurer (3) ; Life Saving 
Corps (4). 

Edith Holman 

DOTHAN, ALA. 

K A 

Transfer from Woman's College of Alabama (1, 2); 
Pan-Hellenic Council (4). 





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ALLIANCE, FLA. 

A.B. in History 
Class Baseball (1, 2). 

Mary Virginia Hume 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 

Z T A 

Entered in 1927, transfer from Goucher College; Even 
Tennis Champion (2); Pan-Hellenic Secretary (2), Pres- 
ident (4); Fealty (2); Demonstration (2). 

Mary Warren Hudson 

MIAMI, FLA. 
A.B. 

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Class Secretary ( 1 ) ; Chairman of Freshman Commis- 
sion (1); Freshman Cabinet (1); Classical Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Class Treasurer (2); Pan-Hellenic (3); Y. W. C. 
A. Cabinet (3); Delegate to Blue Ridge (2); Delegate to 
N. S. F. A. (3); Chairman Library Committee (4); 
Organizations Committee (4); Senate (4). 

Martha Irwin 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 
A.B. 

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Transfer from University of Colorado. 





Thelma G. Jones 

WINTER GARDEN, FLA. 

B.S. in Chemistry 

Student Assistant in Chemistry (4); "F" Club (3, 4); 
Class Soccer (3, 4); Class Baseball (3, 4), Even Baseball 
(3); Class Tennis (3). 



Charlotte Ann Keisling 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. 

Class Hockey (4). 



Lotta Rebecca Keith 

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 

A.B. in Sociology 
A A 



Betty Kellerman 

VERO BEACH, FLA. 

A3. 
K A e , A X A 

Class Basket-ball (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Hockey (1, 2, 3, 
4), Even Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Hockey (2); Class 
Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Even Baseball (i, 2, 3); Track 
(1); Varsity Baseball (2); Flambeau (3, 4); "F" Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Pan-Hellenic (3, 4); Social Committee (4); 
Class l'lay (4); Torchbearer (4). 



Mary Ives 

ORLANDO, FLA. 

AAA 



Margaret Ansley Jewett 

LAKELAND, FLA. 
A.B. 

K A 

Life Saving Corps (1); Classical Club (2); Advertis- 
ing Manager of Flastacowo (3); Library Committee (4). 

Carolyn Johnston 

PENSACOLA, FLA. 

B.S. in Commerce 
Edith Winnifred Johnston 

MONTICELLO, FLA. 

A.B. in History 




Elizabeth N. Kelly 

MIAMI, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

Transfer from Shorter College; Class Hockey (3, 4); 
Life Saving Corps (3, 4). 

June Elizabeth King 

EUST1S, FLA. 

A.B. 
X T , II 2 * 
Glee Club, Classical Club. 

Helen Lastr a 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.A. in Modern Languages 

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Secretary Phi Beta Sigma (2), President (3). 

Mary Lamb 

BRADENTON, FLA. 

A.B. in Psychology 

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Pan-Hellenic (3, 4); Even Demonstration (2); Senior 
Play (4). 





Carolyn Lewis 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Librarian (4); Life Saver (3, 4); 
Senior Class Play (4); M. S. O. Council (2, 3, 4); 
Class Baseball (1); Class Hockey (1, 3, 4), Even Hockey 
(3, 4), Varsity Hockey (4); Class Basket-ball (4); "F" 
Club (4). 

Juanita Howard Lawrence 

GOTH A, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

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Glee Club (3, 4); Fire Captain (4); Home Econom- 
ics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 4-H Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Campus So- 
cial Committee (4). 

Mary Elizabeth Lee 

PENSACOLA, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
A A 



Velma Elpha Lee 

LAKE CITY, FLA. 

A.B. in Art 

Class Hockey (3, 4); Flastacowo (4); Chairman of 
Coronation (4); Student Assistant in Library (3, 4); 
Demonstration (4); Class Play (4). 










Ila McDonald 

WAUCHULA, FLA. 

A.B. in English 



Mary McGraw 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

Certificate in Piano 

K A II <I> B 2 $ K * 



Loyola McLaughlin 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

K A n , $ K $ 

Scientific Society (3, 4); Social Committee (4); Fresh- 
man Cabinet (1); Y. W. C. A. (3); Flambeau (3); Edu- 
cation Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Chairman of Entertainment 
(4); Class Soccer (4). 



Daisy Belle Mahon 

ARCADIA, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 

4-H Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Laura Zeta Lewis 

TUSKEGEE, ALA. 

A.B. in History 

K A 

State Graduate Certificate; Randolph-Macon, ig.26-'27. 

Martha Love 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

a on 

Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Mary Elizabeth Lowe 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Modern La>igiiagcs 

2 K , BIIG, $ B 2 

Torchnight (2, 3); Even Demonstration (2, 3); Fealty 
(2); Usher Committee (2); Senate (4); House Manage- 
ment Senior Play (4). 



Margaret Agnes Stewart McCurdie 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 

k An 







Alice Ruth Malakowsky 

ALVA, FLA. 

A.B. in Sociology 
K A II 
Life Saving Corps (3, 4). 

Bernice Agnes Mansfield 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

B.M. 
x r , * b s 

Student Assistant Public School Music (4); Orchestra 
(4), Secretary-Treasurer Orchestra (4). 



Dorothy Elyse Gissendanner 

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
112 * 
Publicity Chairman of Classical Club. 



Edna Elizabeth Mattox 

QUINCY, FLA. 

A.B. in Chemistry 
Z T A 

Freshman Commission (1); Even Cheerleader (4); 
Class Volley-ball (2, 3, 4), Even Volley-ball (4); Flam- 
beau (4); Class Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Soccer (1, 
2); Class Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Baseball (2), 
Even Baseball (i, 2 3); Track (1, 2, 3); Class Athletic 
Manager (2); Secretary Athletic Association (2); Chair- 
man of Freshman (3); Orchesus (2, 3, 4); Judiciary (3, 
4); Senate (3, 4): Treasurer C. G. A. (4); Delegate to 
Blue. Ridge (3); Delegate N. S. F. A. (4). 





TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in English 

y v V 

Ruth Meitin 

ORLANDO, FLA. 

B.S. in Chemistry 

<i> K$ 

Life Saving Corps (2, 3, 4); Class Baseball (2); Class 
Hockey (4). 

Bernice Barbara Meyers 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 
Transfer from Harris Teachers College, St. Louis, Mo. 

Geneva Caroline Miller 

KISS1MMEE, FLA. 

Class Hockey (2); Scientific Society (2, 3, 4); Student 
Assistant in Physics (3, 4). 











Rernice More 

HAINES CITY, FLA. 

A.B. in History 
A Xfi, B n e 

Life Saving" Corps (i, 2); History Forum (3); Senate 
(4); Judiciary (4); Chairman of House Chairmen (4); 
Senior Flay (4). 



Daisybel Pharr Moore 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Sociology 
AT A 



Anne Elizabeth Newsome 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

B.S. 

Flambeau Staff (4). 

Laura Fair Morrow 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

A.B. in Psychology 

A A II 

Education Society (1): Even Demonstration (2, 3, 
4): Minstrel (3); Fealty (3); Social Committee (3); 
Usher (3). 



Theresa Boylan Mintz 

TAMPA, FLA. 

1 1 B <1> 

Secretary Home Economics Club < 1 ), Vice-President 
(2); Fan-Hellenic Council (4); Chairman of Usher Com- 
mittee (3), Usher Committee (4). 



Helen Marie Moffett 

MIAMI, FLA. 

B.S. in Arts and Science 



Martha Katherine Monroe 

ORLANDO, FLA. 

B.S. in Physical Educatu n 
a r a 

Freshman Cabinet (1); Class Basket-ball (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Even Basket-ball (2, 3, 4), Varsity Basket-ball (3, 4); 
Class Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4), Even Hockey (2, 3, 4), Var- 
sity Hockey (2, 4); Class Baseball (3), Even Baseball 
(3); Track (1, 3); Swimming (3); "1-"' Club (2, 3, 4); 
Treasurer of Y. W. C. A. (3); Class Vice-President (3); 
Flambeau Staff (4); President Athletic Association (4); 
Delegate Blue Ridge (3); Delegate Sports Conference 
N. C. C. W. (3). 



Gladys Hanna Montgomery 

CORAL GABLES, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 




Laura Mae Newsome 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in History 



Bertha Nix 

ALBANY, GA. 

A.B. in Art 
A A II 



Dorothy Ossinsky 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
A* E 



Velma Ooten 

WINTER HAVEN, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

k a n , b ii e , $ a e 

Transfer from Southern College, History Forum (2); 
Student Assistant Librarian (2, 3, 4); Library Commit- 
tee (3). 



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Mary Lucille Patronis 

QUINCY, FLA. 

L.I. and B.M. in Organ 

Treasurer of Tallahassee Branch of American Guild of 
Organists; Glee Club. 



Frances Fay Paxon 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
A.B. 

A X o $ A 9 * K <i> 



Marie Louise Payne 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
A.B. 

AX o 



Martha Pillsbury 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 










JOHANNE REIF 
WAUCHULA, FLA. 

A.B. in English 

ASA 



Torehnight (2). 



Arcie Mildred Register 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
AXf! 



Vilma J. Rhodes 

OAKLAND, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 



Kathryn Riddle 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

K A 

Graduate State Certificate; Home Economics Club (i, 
2, 3, 4); Life Saving Corps (1). 



Catherine Pittman 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A A II 



Julia Riggs Powell 

TUSKEGEE, ALA. 

A.B. in English 
K A 
Y. W. Finance Committee (3, 4). 

Helen W. Pratt 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

B.S. in English 

a n 
Katherine Garet Reagin 

MIAMI, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

XT, ON, $B2, <i> K <i> 

Class Baseball (i, 2, 3), Even Baseball (2); Omicron 
Nu Scho'irship Cup (2); Vice-President Home Econom- 
ics Club (4); Campus Social Committee (3); Health 
Committee (3); President Home Economics Club (4). 




Iris K. Roane 

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 

A.B. 
n b* 

Member Smaller Cabinet of Y. VV. C. A. (2); Glee 
Club (2, 3). 



Mary Louise Robson 

PENSACOLA, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 



Jane Rockwell 

PUNTA GORDA, FLA. 

A.B. 

A* 

Transfer from Washburn, University of Arizona; 
Flambeau Staff (3, 4); N. F. S. A. Local' Committee (4). 

Betty Ryder 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 

or 

Class Volley-ball (1, 2); Athletic Editor Annual (3). 





RlEMKA SCHUILING 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Commerce 



Alice Smith 

MIAMI, FLA. 

L.I. and A 
K An 



Helen Smith 

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
American Guild of Organists. 



Edna Frankie Hudson 

TRENTON, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 



















Juanita Jewell Stokes 

CALLAHAN, FLA. 

B.S. in Education 

a a n 

Transferred from University of Tennessee, 1928; Pan- 
Hellenic Member (4). 

Mary Marjorie Strode 

DOCTORS INLET, FLA. 

A.B. in Education, LJ. 
$ B 2 , K A n , $ K $ 
Glee Club (4); Class Volley-ball (4). 

Hester Ann Strong 

WINTER PARK, FLA. 

A.B. in Commerce 

AHA 

Auditing Committee (2); Vocational Director (2); 
Chairman of Auditing Committee (4); Senate (4); Class 
Volley-ball (4). 

Martha Taylor 

GAINESVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

k a rr 



Helen M. Smoyer 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

/../. and A.B. 

Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee (4); House President 



(4). 



Emilie Louise Stephens 

LAKE WORTH, FLA. 

A.B. in Languages 
B II 9 , II 2 $ , $Bi, $ K <p 

Freshman Commission (2); Flambeau Staff (3); Chair- 
man of Religious Education Y. W. C. A. (3); New Or- 
ganizations Committee (3); Secretary of Classical Club 
(3). 



Ida Fielding Stewart 

BRADENTON, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
K A II 



Marion Stewart 

ARCADIA, FLA. 

A.B. in English 







Alice Teachy 

WAUCHULA, FLA. 

A.B. in History 

ASA 

Torchnight (2); Life Saving (2); Class Basket-ball (3, 
4); History Student Assistant (4). 



Christine Tedder 

WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 



Joyce Emma Terry 

LAWTEY, FLA. 

L.I. and A.B. in Education 
Margaret Omeria Thomas 

GAINESVILLE, FLA. 

B.S. 

k a e 





Ida Townsend 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
A.B. 

<I> B 2 , <*> K <p 
Freshman Commission (1); Fire Captain (4). 

Pearl Tyner 

LAUREL HILL, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); College 4TI 
(1, 2, 3, 4). 

May me Tyner 

LAUREL HILL, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

Class Baseball (1); Classical Club (1, 2); Scientific 
Society (3, 4); College 4-H Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

Mildred Gregg Wallace 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.M. in P.S.M. 

Glee Club (4 1. 








4) 



Natalie Weinstein 

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 

A.B. in Philosophy 
A$E 
Transferred from Boston University; Orchestra (3, 4). 

Doris V. Welsh 

MIAMI. FLA. 

A.B. in Commerce 
Class Basket-ball (1, 2). 

Annice Wheeler 

ROANOKE, ALA. 

A.B. in English 
Z T A 

Transfer from Judson College, Marion, Ala. 

Carol Wheeler 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Soccer (3, 



Myrtie Warren 

WAUCHULA, FLA. 

A.B. in History 



Ruth Waters 

NEW SMYRNA, FLA. 

A.B. in English 



Life Saving. 



Edith Katherine Watson 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Art 
Stage Committee (2); Chairman of Programs Junior- 
Senior Banquet (3); Chairman Scenery Even Demonstra- 
tion (4); Student Assistant Industrial Arts (4). 

Nell Alva Weed 

LAKELAND, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 




■ 









Bernita Margaret Whilden 

VERO BEACH, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 



Sarah Holt White 

LIVE OAK, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

a a n , b ii e 

Freshman Cabinet of V. W. C. A. (i); Smaller Cabi- 
net of V. YV. C. A. (i, 4); President of Class (2); 
Chairman of lorchnight (2); Judiciary (3, 4); Delegate 
to S. I. A. S. G. (3); Delegate to N. F. S. A. (4); 
Senate (2, 3, 4); Pan-Hellenic (3); Torchbearers (4); 
President of C. G. A. (4); Senior Play (4). 



Ethel Mae Willis 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

L.I. and A.B. in Education 
K A II 



Elizabeth Andrews Wilson 

TAMPA, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 

a a n 

Freshman Commission (1); Torchnight (2); Classical 
Club (4); Social Committee (4); Education Society (1, 
2, 3, 4)- 



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Carol Marie Winemiller 

WAUCHULA, FLA. 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences 

b n e 

Le Cercle Francais (4). 

Kathryn Jane Wright 

WINTER GARDEN, FLA. 
A.B. 

<I> K <£ 



Nellie F. Wylie 

CLEARWATER, FLA. 
A.B. ill Euglisli 

b n e 

Freshman Cabinet (1); Class Soccer (1. 2, 3. 4). Even 
Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Soccer (3); Class Basket-ball 
(3, 4); "F" Club (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. Finance Commit- 
tee, Vice-House Chairman (3), House Chairman (4); 
Senate (4). 



Flora Yon 

GAINESVILLE, FLA. 

A.B. in Sociology 

M. S. O. (2, 3, 4). 








Virginia Harrison Bashford 

TAMPA, FLA. 

B.S. in Bacteriology 
Life Saving Corps (2). 



Clare Bruce 

ORLANDO, FLA. 
A.B. 



Leonora Louise Hentz 

BRISTOL, FLA. 

A.B. iii Education 



Marion Amelia Youngs 

ORLANDO, FLA. 

A.B. in Education 
K A II , $ K * 
Orchestra (1, 3). 

Olga Nelson Ray 

MADISON, FLA. 

ATA 

Transfer from Howard College and Stetson University. 

Sarah Roberta Head 

jacksonville, fla. 

A.B. in History 

2 K 














Janet Wills 
President 









'juniors 



Junior Qlass Officers 






















Florence Adelson 
Tampa, Florida 

Virginia Andrews 
Greenville, Florida 

Margaret Ausley 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Louise Auli.s 
Orlando, Florida 

Gertrude Balasok 
Arcadia ', Florida 

Charlotte Baldwin 
Pensacola, Florida 



Janet Wills 

President 

Daytona Beach, Florida 

Sarah Caldwell 

Vice-President 

Union Springs, Alabama 

Dolly Connor 

Secretary 

Pensacola, Florida 

Rowena Diamond 
Treasurer 

Tallahassee, Florida 

Ellen Knight 
Parliamentarian 
Miami, Florida 

Nancy Lutz 

Athletic Manager 

Jacksonville, Florida 




Harriett Baker 

Jacksonville , Florida 

Sarah Barcus 
Leesburg, Florida 

Bessie Bedsole 
Graceville, Florida 

Betty Bell 
Punta Gorda, Florida 

Helen Bisz 

Miami, Florida 

Betty B landing 

Bartow, Florida 








Frances Bloodgood 
Tangerine, Florida 

Hannah Boney 
If audi ula, Florida 

Eugenia Boone 
New nan, Georgia 

Josephine Boydston 
Lake Worth, Florida 

Martha Broomerkel 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Bernice Brock 

Fensacola, Florida 

















Frances Christian 
Mcintosh, Florida 

May Stockton Clark 
Aiken, South Carolina 

Rosa Lee Clausen 
Lutz, Florida 

Louise Cleare 
Key West, Florida 

Marjorie Conroy 
Miami, Florida 

Evelyn Cooper 
New Smyrna, Florida 



Gwendolyn Brigman 

Pensacola, Florida 

Dorothy Lee Brown 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Nettie Mae Campbell 
Hastings, Florida 

Blanche Carter 
IV abasso, Florida 

Marie Carter 
Chief land, Florida 

Ethel Carter 

Chief land, Florida 




Amy Cornell 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Blanche Cornell 
Bartoiv, Florida 

Helen Monterey Collins 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Imogene Curry 
West Palm Beach, Florida 

Ethelyn Dorm an 
Winter Park, Florida 

Edna Mae Duval 
Tallahassee, Florida 





Evelyn Farrior 
Tampa, Florida 

Dorothy Feinberg 
Quincy, Florida 

Ruth Friend 
Pahokee, Florida 

Essie Geiger 
Homestead ', Florida 

Catherine Gibson 
Thomasville, Georgia 

Elyse Gissendanner 
Tallahassee, Florida 

















Mary Morgan Holsberry 

Pensacola, Florida 

Theresa Huffaker 
Bartow, Florida 

Tommy Ware Irvin 

Miami, Florida 

Nancy Jacoway 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Grace Jeffries 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Katherine Johnson 
Monticello, Florida 



Hazel Mae Grace 

St. Augustine, Florida 

Charlotte Grimm 
Palatka, Florida 

Theckla Gudenrath 

Huntsville, Alabama 

Evelyn Haines 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Marion Hendry 

Perry, Florida 

Marjorie Hoagland 

Jacksonville, Florida 




Myoma Kahl 
Homestead, Florida 

Avis Kent 
Cocoanut Grove, Florida 

Esther Linstedt 

Hallandale, Florida 

Evelyn Lyle 
Miami, Florida 

Eleanor McClearen 
Thomasville, Georgia 

Sarah Jane McCormack 
Leesburg, Florida 





Madelyn McDuffy 
Bradenton, Florida 

Merle McDermid 
Okeechobee, Florida 

Agnes McWilliams 
Tampa, Florida 

Ruth McWilliams 

Tampa, Florida 

Eleanor McMillan 

Stockton, Alabama 

Emily Marshall 
Clearwater, Florida 

















Anne Gordon Parker 
Maysville, Kentucky 

Sarah Parrish 
PompanOj Florida 

Anna Patronis 
Quincy, Florida 

Janet Poulson 
St. Petersburg, Florida 

Allie Richards 
Quincy, Florida 

Catherine Riggins 
Hudson, Florida 



Eleanor Mizell 

Tallahassee, Florida 

Margaret Evelyn Mulliken 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Martha Nance 
Tampa, Florida 

HlLDRED NeWLON 
West Palm Beach, Florida 

Beatrice Owens 
West Palm Beach, Florida 

Margaret Pace 

Miami, Florida 




Rebecca Rodenberc 
Vero Beach, Florida 

Harriet Ryder 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Louise Scott 
Kenansville, Florida 

Margaret Scott 
Leesburg, Florida 

Winifred Sessoms 
Savannah , Georgia 

Mary Settle 
St. Petersburg, Florida 





Constance Seybold 
Miami, Florida 

Sarah Sherrill 
Cornelius, North Carolina 

Frances Simpson 
Monticello, Florida 

Jane Smith 
Madison, Florida 

Evelyn Steele 
Lake Worth, Florida 

Davida Stenstrom 
Wauchula, Florida 
















Sarah Taylor 
Quincy, Florida 

Mabel Teague 
Apalachicola, Florida 

Rowena Tedder 
Live Oak, Florida 

Josephine Tharpe 

Tallahassee, Florida 

Kathleen Thomsen 
West Palm Beach, Florida 

Margaret Tichenor 
O r Ian do , Flo rid a 



Rebecca Stephens 
Sanford, Florida 

Thelma Stephens 
Laurel Hill, Florida 

Julia Stradley 
Bradenton, Florida 

Dana Summitt 
Shamrock , Florida 

Thelma Sumner 
Tampa, Florida 

Mayme Tatum 
Miami, Florida 




Mildred Tomkies 
Gainesville, Florida 

Mary Tomkins 

Oteen, North Carolina 

Mary Waldrop 
If inter Haven, Florida 

Katherine Walker 

Pcnsacola, Florida 

Elizabeth Washington 

Tallahassee, Florida 

Annie Zillah Watson 
Alarianna, Florida 





Faith Watson 
Gainesville, Florida 

Virginia Williams 
Tampa, Florida 

Marie Williams 
Quincy, Florida 

Elizabeth Whitner 

Sanford, Florida 

Katherine Wilson 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Odis Wilson 
Tampa, Florida 

Dorothy Yerxa 

Clearwater, Florida 










traditions 



TRADITIONS— lovely, sacred things. 
Gold links in a beautiful chain 
That somewhere, sometime, someone started, 
Then, wishing it never to end. 
Flung out across the tide of time 
To fasten the old with the new. 

Bundles of dreams and hopes and plans 
Tied with laughter and tears, 
Dropped with whispers and love and prayers 
Through years and years and years. 

Traditions — fragile, magic gifts; 
Old ladders of cobwebs and dust 
That reach from some past Yesterday 
Across the short span of Today, 
On somewhere out in the Tomorrow — 
Perchance, beyond that — who knoivsf 



Margaret W. York. 







Harriet McCormack 

President 




Soph 



omores 












Sophomore Qlass Officers 



Harriet McCormack 

President 

Elizabeth Daniell 

Vice-President 

Margaret Gaillard 

Secretary 



Marion Gardiner 

Treasurer 
Virginia Miller 

ParV.a m e n taria n 

Rebecca Waldrop 

Athletic Manager 



CLASS OF 1935 



Harriet McCormack, Elizabeth Daniell, Margaret Gaillard, 

Marion Gardiner, Virginia Miller, Rebecca Waldrop 

Elizabeth Adams, Leah Adamson, Barbara Ainsworth, 

Jane Allison, Nan Amerine, Alice Anderson 

<£<jx^<^<^<$x$xSx»<ix*x«x$> 

Roberta Anson, Dorothy Archer, Katherine Aymard, 
Ellen Bailey, Marie Baggett, Katie Barrineau 
Caroline Battle, Jane Bazler, Alice Best, Cynthia Brosnaham, 
Betty Brownlow, Virginia Burford 




C^ £* $ P 1 

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Marion Burmeister, Lyra Burwell, Mary Brewer, Helen Caldwell, 
Laura Mae Campbell, Dorothy Cawthon 

Helen Chamberlin, Charlotte Chase, Julia Cheshire, 
Dorothy Clarke, Frances Clark, Adaline Clough 

Daisybell Clement, Virginia Coburn, Marjorie Cochran, 
Carolyn Cockrell, Edith Colson, Mary Connell 

Sallye Cooksey, Ruth Cox, Marion Crandall, Elizabeth Croom, 
Helen Crosby, Margaret Cruise 





Julia Dickinson, Marie Doughtie, Elsie Duncan, Evelyn Edenfield, 
juanita ecgart, mlldred fellows 

Mary Finney, Lillian Fitch, Helen Flewelling, 
Effie Floyd, Ashley Fraleigh, Frances Gary 












Ruth Glasser, Eloise Goza, Jane Graham, Margaret Green, 
Juliet Greenfield, Nanny Griffin 

March Griffith, Mary Hale, Evelyn Hammer, Jean Hancock 
Harriet Hancy, Dorothy Hathaway 




















Annie Helms, Annie Mae Henderson, Marguerite Williamson, 
Lou Henderson, Dorothy Hicks, Josefine Hoffman 

Dorothy Hogan, Frances Houchard, Mildred Hunt, Elizabeth Judevine, 

Mary Etta Johnson, Eugenia Wickey 






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Arabelle Joyner, Alice Kays, Daisy Kelly, Muriel Kelly, 
Marie Kellerman, Hazel Kirkhoff 

Malvina Klepper, Mary Elizabeth Krome, Rita Leddy, Sara Katherine Lewis, 
Anne Linning, Ruth Lunberg 









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Frances Luznar, Leta MacNutt, Maud Lewis McCall, Erline McClellan, 
Myrtle McClelland, Elizabeth Markey 

Miriam Willis, Sue Maxwell, Ruby Mayo, Rosenia Merriwether, 
Dorothy Merritt, Winifred Metcalf 









Alpha Railey Milan, Alice Miller, Mozell Miller, Virginia E. Miller, 
Virginia F. Miller, Dorothy Mills 

Roberta Moore, Mona Moon, Helen Moyer, Peggy Murphy, 
Rheta Nelson, Clementine Newman 




Ik. 












Dorothy Newman, Lucille Page, Mary Katherine Parker, 
Wilma Pierce, Marion Phillips, Margaret Pritchard 

Elizabeth Ramsey, Kathleen Reams, Marie Register, 
Vera Reynolds, Dorothy Robinson, Madeline Royce 

<§><$*$><$> $><e*$xe><e*3x«><s><j>3>$><$ 

Ruth Scarborough, Evelyne Schavie, Mary Scruggs, 
Martha Lee Segui, Irene Shoun, Helen Sloat 

Anna Lou Smith, Rosalie Smith, Marion Spencer, 
Lucille Stanfield, Mable Stone, Ruth Tatom 



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Betty Taylor, Louise Taylor, Caroline Thomas, Mary Trogden, 
Sadie Wade, Claire Wadsworth 

Hilda J. Walters, Dorothy Webb, Ruth Weeks, Laurie Weston, 
Martha Whiddon, Sue White 

<«><>><«*$> $<$><$xs><$x?><j><e><S>3><jx£ 









Winifred White, Mary Frances Whiteside, Caroline Wild, Edith Yearwood 








Marion Grady 

President 









freshmen 




freshman Qlass Officers 




Marion Grady 
President 


Rosebud Greer 
Treasurer 


Joy Ferguson 
J'ice-President 


Mary E. Stuart 
Par Ha m enta ria n 


-Jetty McGraw 

Secretary 


Genie Matthewson 
Athletic Manager 



CLASS OF 1933 

Marion Grady, Joy Ferguson, Betty McGraw, Rosebud Greer, 

Mary E. Stuart, Genie Matthewson, Mary Adams 

Josephine Allen, Milly Amstutz, Marjorie Anderson, Mary Lolt Anderson, 

Georgia Archer, Jane Archer, Buddy Autrey 

Rebecca Autrey, Bee Baker, Helen Baker, Sally Boney, 

Geneva Bailey, Jessie Baldwin, Gertrude Balasok 

Tillie Balasok, Claire Beauchamp, Evelyn Bell, Gussie Mae Bennett, 

Ruth Best, Louise Blanding, Elizabeth Blitch 








Dorothy Boynton, Lucile Braddock, Mildred Braddock, Agnes Brandon, 
Marion Brothers, Mary E. Britt, Vivian Broward 

Peggy Brown, Ruth Brown, Ida Weinstein, Louise Bryant, 
Evelyn Buckmaster, Hazel Burnett, Alice Buford 



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Kitty Calhoun, Mary A. Cahoon, Lois Campbell, Florence Cantey, 
Maurese Carabello, Emily Carleton, Rodney Carmack 

Mary Carnes, Catherine Carter, Frances Causey, Mildred Cawthon, 
Elizabeth Cermack, Harriet Chancellor, Alphonsine Cleare 









Dot Combs, Sara Cone, Paola Copeland, Alice Craig, 
Elizabeth Craig, Vonceil Crawford, Margaret Crowson 

Verona Creekmore, Dorothea Cunningham, Parke Davis, Ruth Davis, 
Julia Dougherty, Leola Driggers, Louise Driskell 









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Loranne DuBose, Olive Duggan, Betty Dunn, Elizabeth Eastman, 
Louise Edmundson, Eleanor Estes, Mary Estes 



Irma Feinberg, Ida S. Fennell, Angelina Ferrara, Marjorie Fowler, 
Lois Foxworthy, Esther Franco, Grace Franklin 





Mary Freeman, Sue Fulghum, Louise Gantt, T oodles Gill, 
Lucille Gettier, Elizabeth Gillies, Janet Giradeau 

Renee Gordon, Marie Gramigna, Helen Gray, Mary Gray, 
Nancy Gray, Maude Griswold, Dorothy Grout 



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Helen Hammond, Hattie Harrell, Myrick Harris, Edith Harrison, 
Evelyn Harrison, Ruth Heaton, Alyce Hemmtngs 

Helen Hendricks, Annie Lois Hicks, Lucile Hodson, Mabel Hopson, 
Louise Hoxie, Betty Hoyt, Loltise Hughes 









Rose Hurt, Jean Ingram, Harriet Isley, Edwina Jackson, Dorothy Jenkins, 
Emma Gertrude Johnson. Mary Margaret Johnson 

Ethel Jones, Kathleen Jordan, Elizabeth Kelly, Alva Craig Kendrick. 
Lily Maude Kimball, Grace Kirby, Mary Kittredge 



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Mabel Wight, India Kuder, Grace Lassiter, Lillian Leigh, 
Maggie M. LeVar, Dot Lewis, Marjorie Lloyd 

Nadine Lowe, Marguerite Linn, Marguerite Litschgi, Dot Livingston, 
Helen Lundberg, Marjorie Mackey, Calla Marshall 





Ruth Mason, Ruth Mass'man, Helen Maull, Frances Mayfield, 
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Josephine O'Neil, Jeanette Ossinskv, Dona Padgett, Pauline Page, 
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Mary Sue Rosser, Georgia Roth, Margaret Royce, Barbara Sabiston, 
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Mary L. Shaw, Eleanor Shelley, Beatrice Sheppard, Helen Shepard, 
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Mable Walters, Marion Ward, Mildred Watts 





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Qampus cActivities 





THANKSGIVING day! Homecoming! 
The climax of basket-ball and volley-ball 
season! Can you ever forget the sight of 
those turkeys as they arc rolled into the 
dining room for the big feast? Did you go 
to the annual Thanksgiving ball which was 
held in the new gym? 






■'AMPUS happenings outstanding 
throughout college years arc ever present 
through living snapshots. Here and there 
events "crop out" which hold exciting 
memories, only to be returned through 
different views or poses. 





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Fountain Given By the Classes of '15 and 'if 



Organizations 





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^orchbearers 



ORCHBEARERS is an honorary senior organization petitioning the national 
organization which is Mortar Board. Girls are selected for their superlative qualities 
of scholarship, leadership, and service to the college. Only one-twentieth of the 
class is eligible for membership. Members for Torchbearers are chosen in the spring 
of the year by the active members. 



MEMBERS 



Sara Holt White 



Virginia Anderson 



Margaret Harwick 



Betty Wood 



Helen Goodyear 



Betty Kellerman 





Qollege Qovernment ^Association^ 

EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Sara Holt White .... President 

Helen Goodyear ... Chairman of Judiciary 

Mary Settle I 'ice-President 

Peggy Jones .... Secretary 

Edna Mattox Treasurer 

JUDICIARY 

Helen Goodyear Chairman 

Betty Wood, Gertrude Price . . . . Senior Representatives 

Marion Hendry, Theresa Huffaker Junior Representatives 

Margaret Gaillard Sophomore Representative 

Sara Holt White President of Association 

Mary Settle . 1 'ice -President of Association 

Peggy Jones Secretary of Association 

Edna Mattox Treasurer of Association 

Bernice More Chairman of Residence Hall Chairmen 

Margaret Harwick President of )'. W. C. A. (cx-oMcio) 




Sara Holt White 



Helen Goodyear 





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Dorothy Archer 
Katie Barrineau 
Cynthia Brosnaham 
Adeline Clough 
Marie Doughtie 
Betty Brownlow 
Lillian Fitch 
Doris Figenbaum 
Effie Floyd 



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freshman Qommissioru 

Nannie Griffin 
Margaret Gaillard 
Pete Keep 
Daisy Kelly 
Josephine Hoffman 
Mary Elizabeth Krome 
Winifred Metcalf 
Erline McClellan 



Freshman Commission is a group of girls chosen each spring 
by the Executive Board of College Government Association. 
The function of this Commission is primarily to co-operate 
with College Government Association in creating among the 
students an appreciation of College Government and a vol- 
untary desire to support the system. 

Elizabeth Daniell 
Chairman 



Rheta Nelson 
Mary K. Parker 
Marion Phillips 
Helen Sloat 
Mary Triquet 
Mary Trogden 
Rebecca Waldrop 
Elizabeth Daniell 
Peggy Murphy 







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young 'Women's (Christian dissociation^ 

SMALLER CABINET 

Margaret Harwick President 

Dolly Conncr Vice-President 

Helen de Montmollin Secretary 

Mary Elizabeth Krome Treasurer 







The Y. W. C. A. is an association open to all students who 
feel the desire to gain "a full and creative life through a grow- 
ing knowledge of God." It is the duty of the members of 
the executive cabinet to interpret the desires of the member- 
ship as a whole and incorporate them in the work of the asso- 
ciation — "to make this life possible for all people." 

Margaret Harwick 




freshman QabineP— 



Leah Adamson 


Dorothy Hicks 


Waula Whaley 






Mary Bryan 


Peggy Jones 


Roberta Moore 






Rose Chairamonte 


Edith Loughren 


Clementine Newman 






Marion Gardiner 


Virginia E. Miller 


Irma Ruff 




Eloise Goza 


Adele Mendez 


Lucille Stickle 






Jean Hancock 


Mona Moon 


Hilda J. Walters 







Freshman Cabinet is a group of girls chosen because of their 
loyalty, depth of personality, trust for the finer things of life, 
and their unswerving determination to grow. They act as 
a connecting link between their class and the Y. W. C. A. 

Leah Adamson 

Chairman 








Florida State College Orchestra 

Ethel M. Tripp Director 



FIRST VIOLINS 

Annetta Hamilton, 

Concertmeister 
Clarice Parker 
Loralie Tait 
Evelyn Pilkinton 
Rebecca Waldrop 
Carolyn Oxford 
Margaret McGraw 
Inez Lee Bottari 
Alice Craig 
Nellie Mae Meek 
Natalie Weinstein 

BASSES 

Alta Deahl, Principal 
Bernice Mansfield 
Juanita Van d'Elden 

CLARINETS 

Marion Phillips 
Frances Marshall 
Elizabeth Craig 

Dorothy Jones 

BASSOONS 

Edith Cotton 

Burnell Smith 

TROMBONES 

Evelyn Mudge 
Nellie Prichard 
Vera Green 



PERSONNEL OF ORCHESTRA 

SECOND VIOLINS 

Hallie Graham, Principal 
Virginia McDaniel 
Margaret Williams 
Vera Dull 
Florence Adelson 
Elizabeth Croom 
Gussie Mae Bennett 
Helen Pemberton 
Mays Sanford 
Olga White 

FLUTES 

Nancy Reeder 

Annie Merle Simmons 

PICCOLO 

Joy Shackleton 

SAXOPHONE 

Leona Henderson 

TYMPANI 

Dorothy Tait 

HARPS 

Mary Reeder 
Eugenia Davis 



VIOLAS 

Anna Mae Sharpe, Principal 
Gladys Koch 
Zella Williams 
Helen Stone 

VIOLONCELLOS 

Doris Figenbaum, Principal 
Marjorie Batchelder 
Margaret Smith 
Winifred Hudson 
Rebecca Rodenberg 
Elizabeth Autrey 

OBOES 

Carolyde Phillips 
Louise Ballowe 

TRUMPETS 

Opal Scholtz 
Jean Bingham 

HORNS 

Helen Goodyear, Solo 
Marion Phillips 
Marion Stover 

PERCUSSION 

Merle McDermid 

ORGAN 

Mary Cooper Wakefield 




College Qlee Qlub 



OFFICERS 

Velda Davis President 

Juanita Lawrence rice-President 

Rosalind Kennedy Secretary-Treasurer 

Edith Loughren Librarian 

Caroline Lewis Librarian 



Carolyn Battle 
Erma Campbell 
Velda Davis 
Sora Embry 
Ruth Weeks 
Helen Baker 
Mary Kathryn Parker 
Florence Cameron 
Marion Phillips 
Carrie Baker 
Elizabeth King 
Vivian Shepard 
Vera Dull 
Jeanne Simmons 
Harriet Moore 
Annetta Hamilton 
Nita Van d'Elden 
Caroline Lewis 
Betty Kiern 
Margery Conroy 
Juanita Lawrence 
Mary Waldrop 



MEMBERS 

Naomi Springer 
Lucille Patronis 
Georgia Thiel 
Clifford Shinholser 
Virginia Middlebrooks 
Margaret Turner 
Hattie Ruth Crews 
Mildred Wallace 
Mary Kittredge 
Anna Patronis 
Edith Loughren 
Merle McDermid 
Harriet Ruth Smith 
Amy Cornell 
Marjorie Strode 
Mary Linda Collot 
Josephine Herring 
Kathryn Wright 
Ermoye Stoll 
Mabel Dunscombe 
Barbara Stimmel 
Mary Lorine LaFuse 



Beryl Steinmeyer 
Frances Hubert 
Mary Agnes Johnson 
Edith Harrison 
Ida Weinstein 
Leon a Connor 
Marion Grady 
Rosalind Kennedy 
March Griffith 
Doris Figenbaum 
Eva Isler 

Kathleen Thomsen 
Verona Creekmore 
Catherine Hodges 
Mary Register 
Mabel Teague 
Clarice Parker 
Sallie Yon 
Erline McClellan 
Ruth Lacey 
Davida Stenstrom 
Katherine Campbell 
































Spirogira 



Founded October 12, 1924 
COLORS: Black and White Flower: Black Carnation 

Spirogira is an honorary for Odds. Members are chosen from the Odd Classes 
for their outstanding leadership, loyalty, and service. 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Miss Anna Mae Tracy Miss Edith West 

STUDENT MEMBERS 
Helen de Montmollin Betty Bell 

Dolly Donnor Sarah Caldwell 

Mimi Le Due Mildred Tompkirs 

Janet Wills Mary Settle 

Rowena Diamond Rowena Tedder 







V. *U Club 



Colors: Black and White Flower: Black Narcissus 

Motto: "Dig, Sisters, Dig" 

OFFICERS 

Shirley Bishop Presiding V. V. 

Dorothy Newman Chief Gold Digger 

Catherine Lawson Keeper of Dates 

MEMBERS 

Dot Hathaway Ruth Brown Kay Perkins 

Sarah McElmurray Margaret Stevens Harriet Isley 

Catherine Carter Susan Stovall Clarice Herring 








Cotillion Qlub 



Founded in igi i 



Colors: Green and White 



Flower: Bachelor Button 



OFFICERS 

Martha Maxwell President 

Virginia Miller Treasurer 






MEMBERS 









Mimi Le Due 
Virginia E. Miller 
Jean Rowe 
Jeanette Brady 
Ellen Knight 
Martha Maxwell 



Louise Blanding 
Mayme Tatum 
Betty Williford 
Rosebud Greer 
Virginia Bailey 
Elizabeth Crawford 



Sponsors 
Fanette Wharton 
Jane Graham 

Sallie Lawton 




Qrchesus 



'7 is to create , and in creating live 
A being more intense, that we endow ivith form 
Our fancy, gaining as we give 
The life we image." 

OFFICERS 

Marion Hendry President 

Fanette Wharton Secretary-Treasurer 

Bernice Wood Faculty Advisor 







Marion Phillips 
Rosebud Greer 
Virginia Williams 
Evelyn Lyle 
Hazel Hebr 



MEMBERS 

Emily Marshall 
Dorothy Hogan 
Capitola Prevatt 
Rosalind Hadley 
Dorothy Benz 
Tommie Osborne 



Louise Aulls 
Ellen Knight 
Shirley Bishop 
Vera Dull 
Mary Bain Oliver 














Qlassical Qlub 

OFFICERS 
Bessie Munroe President 

Leona Henderson rice-President 



Faith Watson Secretary 



Martha Brodmerkel Treasurer 









Elyse Gissendanner . 



Publicity Chairman 




c 3{ome Economics Qlub 



OFFICERS 
Katherine Reagin President 

Theresa Ericson Vice-President 

KATIE BARINEAU Secretary 

Vera Williams Treasurer 

Miss Glenna Henderson . . . Faculty Advisor 




REPRESENTATIVES 
Alma Heusted Senior 

Sarah Parrish Junior 

Mary Linda Collot Sophomore 















^Vhysical Education cAssociation^ 

OFFICERS 

Vera Dull President 

Nancy Lutz Vice-President 

Harriet Baker Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Katherine Montgomery . Director of Physical Education 

HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY 

Miss Katherine Montgomery Miss Helen Haggerty Miss Josephine Morrison 

Dr. Anne Sharpe Miss Bernice Wood Miss Ruth Moffatt 

Miss Marjorie Mayer Miss Dorothy White 

STUDENT MEMBERS 

Seniors 

Vera Dull Alice Hayden Edna Mattox 

Mabel Dunscombe Hazel Hebb Martha Monroe 

Mildred Henderson 

Juniors 

Harriet Baker Ruth Dale Marjorie Northrup 

Betty Bell Essie Geiger Mary Settle 

Helen Bisz Mimi Le Due Mary Shupp 

Margaret Campbell Florine Logue Phebe Sudlow 

Nancy Lutz 

Sophomores 

Dorothy Archer Lillian Fitch Madelon Royce 

Adeline Clough Dorothy Hicks Annie Lou Smith 

Mildred Coker Jacqueline Hucks Becky Waldrop 

Dorothy Didinger Josephine O'Neil Sue White 

Marion Phillips 

Freshmen 

Billy Adair Rosebud Greer Alice Park 

Elizabeth Autrey Kathryn Gregory Jane Reed 

Louise Bryant Gladys Haskell Olive Sivia 

Catherine Chase Jeanette Huntley Elinor Smoak 

Mattie Sue Collins Isabelle Jack Virginia Southard 

Rhea Gallacher Dorothy Jenkins Christine Stenstrom 

Bernice Gallentine Mary Lou Key Dorothy Stokes 

Louise Gantt Mary Kinard Yvonne Stone 

Elizabeth Gillies Genie Mathewson Marjorie Tylander 

Virginia McDaniels 




Life Saving Qorps 

OFFICERS 

Frances Bloodgood President 

Thelma Sumner Secretary and Treasurer 

Marion Spencer Instructor 

Katherine Eastwood Captain 

Harriet Baker First Mate 

Ruth Meiten Second Mate 

MEMBERS 

Billy Adair Marion Spencer Ruth Cox 

Alice Best Alice Malakowsky Dorothy Didinger 

Harriet Baker Corrine Hemphill Margaret Gaillard 

Margaret Bradley Thelma Sumner Alice Hayden 

Catherine Chase Frances Bloodgood Carolyn Lewis 

Ruth Dale Rosamond Carson Marion Phillips 

Kathryn Eastwood Elizabeth Cermak Eleanor Scofield 

Maude Gary Mildred Coker Virginia Southard 

Ruth Meiten Blanche Cornell Elizabeth Steffee 








c&he flambeau Staff 

Marie Dixon Editor-in-Chief 

Thelma Sumner Managing Editor 

Dorothy Hicks News Editor 

Margaret Jordan Feature Editor 

Jane Rockwell Society Editor 

Gertrude Price Assistant Society Editor 

Margaret Jordan, Lucile Morgan . Copy Editors 

Betty Kellerman Business Manager 

Anne Newsom Advertising Manager 

Thelma Hannon Assistant Advertising Manager 

Dorothy Archer City Circulation Manager 

Virginia F. Miller Off Campus Circulation Manager 

Edith Loughren Campus Circulation Manager 







Marie Dixon 



Betty Kellerman 





^Ke ^lastacowo Staff 

Sarah Caldwell Editor-in-Chief 

Elizabeth Daniell, Dot Hicks Associate Editors 

Blanche Cornell Business Manager 

Marion Gardiner Assistant Business Manager 

Margaret Gaillard Advertising Manager 

Annie Lou Smith . . . Assistant Advertising Manager 

Helen Moyer Picture Editor 

Virginia Burford Art Editor 

Virginia Williams . Assistant Art Editor 
Velma Lee .... Athletic Editor 







Sarah Caldwell 



Blanche Cornell 






c&he "Distaff Staff 

Lyndelle Canaday Editor-in-Chief 

Dana Summitt Assistant Editor 

Frances Beck Associate Editor 

Idella Wells Business Manager 

Rowena Diamond .... Circulation Manager 








Lyndelle Canaday 



Idella Wells 








c&he Open Qate^ 

STAFF— NOVEMBER- JANUARY 

Josephine Scarlett Editor-in-Chief 

Katherine Gregory Business Manager 

Editorial Board 
Barbara Sabiston Frances Knapp 

Beatrice Simpson Elizabeth Steffee 

STAFF— FEBRUARY-MAY 

Elizabeth Steffee Editor-in-Chief 

Josephine Scarlett Business Manager 

Editorial Board 
Mabel Daniel Virla Patillo 

Mary Lou Key Marion Phillips 



The students are glad to welcome a new publication on 
the campus this year in the form of a Freshman literary maga- 
zine. "It is the purpose of the staff to publish each month a 
small magazine containing the best literary material of the 
mcnth from the Freshmen sponsoring the periodical." 

Josephine Scarlett 








Athletic Field Started — IQ20 



cAthletics 









cAthletic ^oard 

OFFICERS 

Martha Monroe President 

Betty Bell Vice-President 

Marion Phillips Secretary 

Harriet McCormack Treasurer 

Elizabeth Ferguson . . Representative-at-Large 
Lillian Fitch .... Inter-mural Sports 

CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 

Jim Haile Senior 

Nancy Lutz Junior 

Becky Waldrop Sophomore 

Genie Mathewson Freshman 



Martha Monroe 








Martha Monroe (Captain) , Katie Barrineau, Lou Henderson, Dot Didenger 



6ven ^asket-^all ^earri^ 


















Eetty Wood, Vera Dull, Dot Hicks, Olive Sivia, Dot Archer 





Myoma Kahi. (Captain), Tillie Geiger, Ruth Dale 



Odd ^asket-^all c&eanru 



Bernice Gallentine, Jewell Sloan, Jeanette Huntley, Margaret Roberts 









Even '^Basket-'Ball 



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HANKSGIVING morning began clear and cold. Excitement ran high, for the 
Evens had been trying to win something for a long time, as the Odds reminded 
them in demonstration. 

Color rush had been won by the Evens and the lucky night for demonstration was 
in their possession, but the odds were against them. 

In the class tournament the Sophomores tied the Freshmen in their first game of 
the season, later in the play-off the Freshmen won with a score of 36-30. The Sopho- 
mores easily took third place by defeating the Seniors 65-31. Didenger (captain), 
Hicks, Barrineau, McClellan, Archer, Jones, Phillips, Campbell, Sivia, Henderson 
saw service for the Sophomores. Wood (captain), Monroe, Lewis, Harwick, Haile 
and Wylie played for the Seniors. 

Since the players for the Evens had played together the years before, enthusiasm 
ran high on the speculation of the winners. In losing one of the hardest fought and 
most thrilling games of the season, the Evens came out with a score of one point less 
than that of the Odds, 33-32. Monroe (captain), Barrineau, Didenger, Hicks, 
Henderson, and Sivia were the Even line-up. Archer, Wood, Dull also played. 

At the time varsity was announced Monroe, Barrineau, Didenger, Hicks, Hender- 
son of the Even line-up made the college team snd received letters or stars. Monroe 
received a gold basket-ball for two years varsity. 








Odd ^asket^all 



1/ OR the Odds "Turkey" day rose clear and cold, the same as for the Evens, but 
the Odds thawed out enough to score one mere point for victory over the Evens in 
the 33-32 score. 

Apparently the "spirits" were against the Odds in color rush, demonstration, and 
night out, but the "Odds" were too strong in the end for their enemies. 

The Juniors brought the season to a victorious end by winning first place from 
the Freshmen w T ith a 30-27 game. Geiger, Register, Kahl, Jefreries, Sloane, Dale and 
Le Due were teammates. The defeated Freshmen falling second place were: Roberts 
(captain), Hutt, Pruitt, Gallentine, Crist, Stenstrom, Huntley, Steffee, and Calhoun. 

When the Odd team hopped out of the pie in demonstration, Geiger, Gallentine, 
Kahl, Roberts, Dale and Huntley made juicy filling. When varsity was announced 
Gallentine and Dale were Odd members chosen. Dale received a gold basket-ball 
for two years service on college team. 











ml 

Helen Geffcken (Captain), Edna Mattox, Mildred Henderson 












Even Uolley-^all ^eam^ 



Louise Campbell, Arabelle Joyner, Alice Lewis, Lida Cadugan 





Nancy Lutz (Captain), Virginia Williams, Betty Bell 






Odd 'Volleyball ^earn^ 



Jack Grady, Rosamond Carson, Buddy Autrey, Virginia Whitfield 


















Even UoUey-^Ball 



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ETURN after return, serve after serve, and briskly played balls over the net, 
stayed more often towards the Odd victory, making a score of 33-22. 

Throughout the season the Sophomores showed a tendency to be stronger than the 
Seniors. The Sophomore team took third place and Seniors fourth in class standing. 
Geftcken, Joyner, Edenheld, Lewis, Bond, White, Smith played for the Sophomores. 
Senior line-up included Mattox, Cadugan, Campbell, Strode, Strong, Henderson, Hebb, 
and Davis. 

From these two teams Geffcken, Mattox, Davis, Bond, Joyner, Lewis, Cadugan, 
Henderson, Campbell, played in the big game of the season. 

Serve technique, team play, and quick work at the return and net brought Lewis 
and Cadugan varsity places and gold volley-balls. 






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Odd Volleyball 



jt\. GOOD serve deserved a good return. In this way the Odds battled forth to 
victory with a score of 33-32. The wind and cold helped or retarded the progress of 
the ball for each team. 

A ragged battle, stiff and fast, won the championship for the Freshman class. 
Grady, Carson, Whitfield, Treadwell, Autrey Litschgi, and Bryant made class num- 
erals. The Junior line-up was Bell, Williams, Lutz, Bisz, Smith, Von Werdt, and 
Kent. 

Odd capes enfolded Carson, Whitfield, Williams, Grady, Lutz, Autrey, and Bell 
on Thanksgiving day. 

When varsity team was chosen six new F's beamed forth from Odd team: Car- 
son, Whifield, Williams, Gradv, Lutz, and Autrev. 















Soccer 1 'arsity ■' 

Bell, Cadugan, Wylie, Geiger, Hicks, Campbell, 

Dull, Cuevas, Fitch, Pitchford 

Varsity Soccer and hockey Yearns 

Hockey I 'arsity: 

(Front) Davis, Kinchley, Martin, Wallace 

(Back) Moore, Blackburn, Gary, Jones, Tower, Phillips 







Even Team: 

(Front) Kellerman, Wood, Monroe, Henderson, Dunscombe 

(Back) McCormack, Reagin, Cadugan, Mattox, Jones 

Odd and Sven baseball Yearns 



Odd Team: 

(Front) Wright, Settle, Richards, Suhrer, Conklin, Bell 

(Back) Kamiya, Getsen, Register, Pitchford, Moore, Cochran 





Soccer and c Mockey 




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T the end of a long drawn out soccer season the Sophomore class emerged with 
the championship. The Seniors came second ; the Juniors, third, and the Freshmen, 
fourth, of course. 

Material for varsity brought Dull, Hicks, Cuevas, R. Campbell, Register, Bell, 
Wylie, Cadugan, Geiger, Fitch and Pitchford honor letters. 

Class standings in hockey were: Seniors, first; Juniors and Sophomores, tie for 
second and third ; Freshmen, fourth. 

The line-up for varsity included: Davis, Kinchley, A. K. Martin, Wallace, 
Moon, Blackburn, Gary, Jones, Tower, and Phillips. 




Sven and Odd baseball 



O INCE a large number of Freshmen turned out for baseball, competition promised 
to be keen. McCormack, Kellerman, Henderson, Waldrop, Mattox, Jones, Duns- 
combe, Wood, Monroe, Cadugan and Reagin wore the green and gold. 

Odd players were: Wright, Settle, Richards, Suhrer, Conklin, Bell, Kamaya, 
Getzen, Register, Pitchford, Moore, and Cochran. 

Class standings put the Seniors first; Juniors, second; Freshmen, third; and 
Sophomores, fourth. 

When varsity was announced, F's were awarded to McCormack, Henderson, 
Conklin, Richards, Cadugan, Register, Suhrer, Waldrop, Settle. 










Left to right : Conklin, Phillips, Richards, Bond, Wood 








^rack 

1. RACK and field day came to a glorious close for the Freshman class which won first 
place through Marion Phillips taking five first places and breaking five college records. 

Bernice Conklin, Senior, and Esther Bond, Freshman, tied for second place with 200 
points each. Margaret Richards came third with 190 points. Betty Woods, Senior, tied 
Marion Phillips for first place in the high jump. 

Phillips now holds records in 100-yard dash, 60-yard hurdles, high jump, basket-ball 
throw, and standing broad jump. She also helped the Freshman team win first place in the 
relav. 






cAthletic Statistics, 1928-1929 

CLASS STANDINGS FOR CUP REWARD 

Place Class Points 

I Sophomore . . . . . 23 

2 Freshman 19 

3 Seniors 14 

4 Juniors 7 






Basket-ball 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 

Junior 



Jolley-ball 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 

Junior 



Soccer 
Sophomore 
Senior 
Junior 
Freshman 



Hockey 
Senior 
Junior 
Sophomore 
Freshman 



Track 
Freshman 
Senior 
Sophomore 
Junior 



Swimming 
Freshman 
Junior 
Sophomore 



Tennis 
Sophomore 
Freshman 
Senior 
Junior 



TRACK RECORDS 

100- Yard Dash 12.2 sec. (New Record) 

50- Yard Dash 7.1V1 sec 

Basket-ball Throw .... 68' i 1 /-" ( New Record) . . 

Baseball Throw 183' 11V2" 

Discus Throw 78' 2V2" 

Javelin 80' 9" 

Running High Jump . . . . 4' 5" (New Record) . 

Running Broad Jump ... 16' 

Standing Broad Jump . . . 7' 11" (New Record) 

Hurdles 8.8 sec 

Relay 



Phillips, Richards, Bond. 
Richards, Bond, Burford. 
Phillips, Conklin, Burford. 
Conklin, Archer, Settle. 
Richards, Stephens, Bond. 
Conklin, Mattox, Burford. 
Phillips and Wood, Conklin and 

Goza. 
Richards, McClellan, Burford. 
Phillips, Bond, Conklin. 
Phillips, Bond, Burford. 
Freshman, Senior, Junior. 



SWIMMING 



1 00- Yard Dash 
50- Yard Dash . 
25-Yard Backstroke . 
25-Yard Breast Stroke 

Plunge 

Under Water . 

Form 

Plain Diving 
Fancy Diving . 

Relay 

Canoe Doubles 
COLLEGE EMBLEM . 



Keep, Gaillard, Dixon. 
Keep, Dale, Eastwood. 
Dixon, Keep, Gaillard. 
Weston, Dixon, Eastwood. 
Fitch, B. Cornell, Keep. 
Archer, Dale, Wood. 
Keep, Eastwood, Dixon. 
Dale, Eastwood, Archer. 
Phillips, Archer, F. Gary. 
Freshman, Junior, Sophomore. 
Freshman, Sophomore, Junior. 
Bernice Conklin. 



















tennis and Swimming 



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LIZABETH NYE and BETTY SUHRER swung vicious racquets at rapidly 
moving balls, with the result of championship being given to Elizabeth Nye. 

Water sports day saw Pete Keep, Freshman, star of the swimming meet. With 
220 points to her credit Pete gave the Freshman class first place. Marie Dixon, Junior, 
came second with 150 points. Katherine Eastwood added 140 points for the Juniors. 
Ruth Dale, Sophomore, came fourth with 120 points. The choppy lake and high wind 
kept records down. 











Tennis: 
Suhrer and Nye 



tennis and Swimming Stars 

Swimming •' 
Dale, Dixon, and Eastwood 






Even Cheer Leaders'- 
Mattox and Wilson 



Odd and Even Qheer Leaders 



Odd Cheer Leaders: 
Autrey and Bell 





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^Qlub 



OFFICERS 




Betty Wood 

TlLLIE GEIGER 

Dot Archer 



President 
Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 





■^^Bi 






MEMBERS 




Archer 


Geiger 


Mattox 


Bell 


Hebb 


Monroe 


Bond 


Henderson, L. 


Phillips 


Cadugan 


Hicks 


Settle 


Campbell 


Jones, Peggy 


Sudlow 


CUEVAS 


Jones, T. 


Waldrop 


Dixon 


Kahi. 


Wylie 


Dull 


■ Keller man 


Wood 


Dunscombe 


Kinchley 


Dale 


Fitch 


Lewis, A. 


Gary 


Geffcken 


McCormack 
GOATS 


Bradley 


AUTREY 


Gallentine 


Sloane 


Barrineau 


Haile 


Teague 


Byron 


Jeffries 


Von Werdt 


Carson 


Kinard 


Whitfield 


Crist 


Lewis, C. 


Williams 


COKER 


Lutz 


Grady 


Didinger 


McClellan 


Henderson, 


Edenfield 


Roberts 
Sivia 


Huntley 










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fraternities 




fraternities 

PAN-HELLENIC 



Kappa Delta . 
Chi Omega 
Alpha Delta Pi . 
Delta Delta Delta 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Sigma Kappa 
Pi Beta Phi . . 
Delta Zeta 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Zeta Tau Alpha . 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Theta Upsilon 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Phi Mu . . . 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Alpha Xi Delta . 
Chi Gamma . 
Lambda Delta 



Kappa Alpha Chapter 
Gamma Chapter 
Iota Chapter 
Alpha Eta Chapter 
Rlio Chapter 
Omega Chapter 
Beta Chapter 
Alpha Sigma Chapter 
Beta Nu Chapter 
Beta Gamma Chapter 
Gamma Beta Chapter 
Lambda Chapter 
Iota Chapter 
Alpha Pi Chapter 
Alpha Epsilon Chapter 
Beta Eta Chapter 
Alpha Omega Chapter 



HONORARIES 



Phi Beta Sigma .... 
Beta Pi Theta .... 
Eta Sigma Phi .... 
Alpha Chi Alpha . . . 
Phi Alpha Theta . . . 
Phi Kappa Phi ... . 
Chi Delta Phi ... . 
Omicron Nu . . 
Kappa Delta Pi ... . 
American Guild of Organists 



Spanish 

French 

Classical 

Journalistic 

History 

Scholastic 

Literary 

Heme Economics 

Education 

Organ 



^an-^ellenic Qouncil, 1929-1930 

OFFICERS 

Mary Hume President 

Dana SuMMITT Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Kappa Delta 

Evelyn Farrior 
Edith Holman 



Kappa Alpha Theta 

Blanche Cornell 
Betty Kellerman 



Chi Omega 

Katherine Swearingen 
Ruth Bize 



Zeta Tau Alpha 

Mary Hume 
Grace Gardiner 



Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Rebecca Stevens 
Audrey Meeks 



Alpha Gamma Delta 
Maude Gary 
Dana Summitt 












Alpha Delta Pi 

Nita Stokes 
Jane Smith 

Pi Beta Phi 

Jean Rowe 
Tuer Ferguson 



Theta Upsilon 

Bessie Monroe 
Rebecca Coyne 

Alpha O micron Pi 

Rosebud Demilly 
Dorothy Boyce 




Delta Delta Delta 
Janet Wills 
Louise Scott 

Sigma Kappa 

Fanita Cobb 
Elizabeth Daniell 

Delta Phi Epsilon 

Dorothy Feinberg 
Ruth Glasser 

Delta Zeta 

Mary Lamb 
Peggy Murphy 



Alpha Chi Omega 
Marie Payne 
Marion Hendry 

Phi Mu 

Margaret Harwick 
Emily Marshall 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Mattie Mae Carlton 
Louise Cleare 

Chi Gamma 

Mabel Dunscombe 
Frances Bloodgood 



Lambda Delta 

Ai.van Gregory 
Dorothy Hogan 







Grace Gardiner, Mary Hume, Dana Summitt, Maud Gary, Rebeccah Coyne, 

Bessie Monroe 

Audrey Meeks. Rebecca Stevens, Frances Bloodgood, Mabel Dunscombe, 
Janet Wills, Louise Scott 

Emily Marshall, Margaret Harwick, Edith Holman, Evelyn Farrior, 
Marion Hendry, Marie Payne 

Betty Kellerman, Blanche Cornell, Jane Smith, Nita Stokes, 
Peggy Murphy, Mary Lamb 



Dot Hogan, Alvin Gregory, Mattie Mae Cxrlton, Louise Cleare, 
Elizabeth Daniell, Fanita Cobb 

Ruth Glasser, Ruth Feinberg, Dot Boyce, Tuer Ferguson, 
Ruth Btze 



Kappa "Delta 



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Founded at Virginia State Normal in 1897 

Colors: Green and White Flower: White Rose 

Motto: "Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest" 

KAPPA ALPHA CHAPTER 

Installed in 1904 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Mary Warren Hudson 
Margaret Dickinson 
Gertrude Price 



Frances Simpson 
Evelyn Farrior 



Cynthia Brosnaham 
Julia Dickinson 
Ashley Fraleigh 



Elizabeth Kelley 
Betty Ranson 
Josephine Scarlett 
India Kuder 
Ruth McColsky 
Rosebud Greer 
Louise Edmundson 
Alva C. Kendrick 
Ruby Welch 



Class of 1930 

Kathryn Riddle 
Margaret Jewett 
Julia Powell 
Laura Zeta Lewis 

Class of 193 1 

Sarah Caldwell 
Sara Barcus 

Class of 1932 

Alice Miller 
Virginia Miller 
Nan Amerine 

Pledges 

Lois Foxworthy 
Marjorie Moody 
Marjorie Mackey 
Sue Marjorie Leach 
Katherine Calhoun 
Clifford Wilkinson 
Dorothy Andres s 
Rebecca Price 
Rose Hunt 
Sarah McElmurray 



Edith Holman 
Mary F. Barneti 
Genevieve Haile 



Mary M. Holsberry 
Eleanor McClearen 

Margaret Huie 
Dorothy Newman 
Elizabeth Andress 



Harriet Chancellor 
Julia Fruze 
Frieda Swearingen 
Frances Pringle 
Janis Dorothy Robinson 
Lillian Leigh 
Margaret Stevens 
Wessie Mae Rentz 
Rodney Cormack 





Mary Warren Hudson, Mary F. Barnett, Margaret Jewett, Eleanor McClearex, 
Katherine Riddle, Evelyn Farrior, Edith Holman 

Frances Simpson, Julia Powell, Zeta Lewis, Jim Haile, Cynthia Brosnaham, 
Sarah Caldwell, Mary Morgan Holsberry 

Clementine Newman, Elizabeth Andress, Virginia Miller, Alice Miller, 
Sara Barcus, Dot Newman, Julia Dickinson 

Dot Robinson, Nan Amerine, Ashley Fraleigh, Elizabeth Kelly, 
Louise Edmondson, Becky Price, Rosebud Greer 

Josephine Scarlett, Sarah McElmurray, Marjorie Mackey, Margaret Stevens, 
Wessie Mae Rentz, Lois Foxworthy, Harriet Chancellor, Alva Craig Kendrick 

Lillian Leigh, Kitty Calhoun, Rose Hurt, Rodney Carmack, Sue Fulghum, 
India Kuder, Betty Ransom, Freida Swearingen 



Qhi Omega 





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Founded at Fayetteville, Arkansas, April 5, 1895 

COLORS: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation 

Open Motto: "Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals" 







Ruth Bize 



Leah Adamson 
Shirley Bishop 
Hazel Lee Baird 

Carroll Grantham 



Isabel Berry 
Betty Brownlow 
Lyra Burwell 
Elizabeth Campbell 
Marie Doughtie 



Martha McCullough 
Mary Telfair 
Katherine Carter 
Evelyn Horton 
Margaret Campbell 
Clara Walker 
Julie Mahoney 
Dorothy Lewis 
Nancy Gray 



Class of 1930 

Harriet Bize 
Shirley Decker 

Class of 1931 

Catherine Lawson 
Katherine McMullen 
Martha Nance 



Class of 1932 

Mary Hale 
Jane Graham 
Margaret Gaillard 
Christine Hauserman 



Pledges 

Elizabeth Follin 
Arlene Ortmeyer 
Carol Lyons 
Jessica L. Rankin 
Betty Moak 
Jane Reed 
Sarah Cone 
Jane Archer 
Helen Wood 









Rodney Layton 



Virginia Spencer 
Katherine Swearingen 
Frances Winston 
Elizabeth Withers 



Cornelia Mitchell 
Elizabeth Ramsey 
Carolyn Thomas 
Betty Taylor 
Edith Winston 



Carolyn King 
Ethel Partridge 
Dorothy Livingston 
Ruth Mason 
Margaret Roach 
Ruth Brown 
Sarah Dean Jones 
Martha Waddill 
Dolly Byrd 











Harriet Bize, Ruth Bize, Rodney Layton, Shirley Decker, Martha Nance, 

Lyra Burwell 

Jane Graham, Carolyn Cockrell, Betty Taylor, Marie Doughtie, 
Sara Cone, Dot Lewis 

Mary F. Whiteside, Carolyn Thomas, Clara Walker, Ethel Partridge, 
Elizabeth Ramsey, Dot Livingston 

Leah Adamson, Mary Hale, Betty Brownlow, Margaret Gaillard, 
Arlene Ortmeyer, Nancy Gray 



Betty Moak, Ruth Mason, Katherine Carter, Jane Archer, Ruth Brown, 

Margaret Roach 















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Founded at Wesleyan College in 185 1 
Colors : Blue and White 

Motto: "We live for each other" 

IOTA CHAPTER 

Installed in 1909 

SORORES IN FACULTATE 



Flower: Violet 



Miss Lucy Lester 



Marjorie Anderson 

Bertha Nix 

Laura Fair Morrow 

Mi mi Le Due 
Eleanor Mizell 
Eleanor Owens 

Barbara Ainsworth 
Martha Whiddon 



Mary Adams 
Elizabeth Blitch 
Louise Blanding 
Carolyn Bruns 
Florence Cantey 
Mareese Carabello 
May Stockton Clark 
Paola Copeland 
Mary Call Darby 
Julia Daugherty 



Mrs. Virginia Sloan 



Miss Helen Haggerty 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1930 

Martha Maxwell 
Sara Holt White 



Class of 193 i 
Margaret Ausley 
Elizabeth Blanding 

Class of 1932 
Harriet McCormack 
Rachel Hackney 

Pledges 

LORANNE DuBoSE 

Ida Stripling Fennel 
Joy Ferguson 
Marjorie Fowler 
Cathryn Graves 
Mary Alice Lawrence 
Mary Norman 
Hilda Crow 
woodine hendrix 



Catherine Pitman 
Elizabeth Wilson 
Juanita Stokes 

Elizabeth McCormack 

Jane Smith 

Elizabeth Washington 

Jean Hancock 
Dorothy Mills 



Clarice Herring 
Betty Hoyt 
Harriet Isley 
Kathleen Jordan 
Kitty Kincaid 
Frankie Mayfield 
Marjorie Satterfield 
Anna Stewart 
Mildred Watts 
Miriam Willis 











Marjorie Anderson, Sara Holt White, Bertha Nix, Laura Fair Morrow, 
Martha Maxwell, Elizabeth Wilson 

Eleanor Mizell, Jean Hancock, Catherine Pittman, Nita Stokes, 
Jane Smith, Betty Blanding 

Harriet McCormack, Elizabeth Washington, Margaret Ausley, Barbara Ainsworth, 
Dot Mills, Martha Whiddon, Elizabeth Blitch 

Betty Hoyt, Joy Ferguson, Frank Mayfield, Mildred Watts, Mary Norman, 
Mary Adams, Marjorie Fowler 

Miriam Willis, Harriet Isley, Florence Cantey, Maureese Carabello, 
Anna Stewart, Louise Blanding, Loranne DuBose 

Paola Copeland, Ida Stripling Fennell, May Stockton Clark, 
Kathleen Jordan, Marjorie Satterfield, Catherine Graves, Julia Dougherty 



"Delta T>elta Delta 











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Founded in Boston in 1888 
Colors: Silver, Gold, Blue 

Publication: The Trident 

Open Motto: "Let us steadfastly love one another" 

ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 

Installed in 191 5 

SORORES IN FACULTATE 

Charlotte Jelks 
SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Flower : Pansy 



Katherine Montgomery 



Louise Ballowe 



Dorothy Lee Brown 
Jeanette Brady 
Frances Christian 

Ollie Autrey 
Evelyn Ingram 
Betty Lybass 

Virginia Bailey 
Dorothy Ballowe 
Elizabeth Batey 
Evelyn Buckmaster 



Class of 1930 
Betty Cooper 
Mary Ives 

Class of 193 i 
Lucille Horne 
Katherine McKinnon 

Class of 1932 
Jacqueline Prewitt 
Theresa Robinson 

Pledges 
Catherine Drake 
Carolyn Lattimer 
Calla Marshall 
Nellie Ray 
Betty Dunn 



Claire Zachry 



Louise Scott 
Rowena Tedder 
Janet Wills 

Winifred Metcalf 
Frances Clark 
Rebecca Waldrop 

Kate Tolbert 
Marion Ward 
Annee Zillah Watson 
Jean Yonge 




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Virginia Bailey, Janet Wills, Rowena Tedder, Mary Ives, Louise Scott 

Becky Waldrop, Dorothy Lee Brown, Winifred Metcalf, Kate Talbot, Betty Jane 

Cooper 

Annee Zillah Watson, Calla Marshall, Frances Christian, Jean Yonge, Marion Ward 

Frances Clark, Betty Dunn, Evelyn Buckmaster, Nellie Ray 
























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Founded in Farmville, Va., in 1895 
Colors: Purple and White 

Publication: The Triangle 
Open Motto: "Faithful Unto Death' 

RHO CHAPTER 

Installed in 1920 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 

Mary Hyatt 



Audrey Meeks 

Rebecca Stevens 
Ethel Carter 



Catherine Aymard 
Elizabeth Adams 
Mildred Fellows 



Parke Davis 
Virginia Saussy 
Ethel Jones 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Class of 1930 

Class of 1931 

Marie Carter 
Theckla Gudenrath 

Class of 1932 

Ruby Mayo 
Rosenia Meriwether 
Ann Linning 

Pledges 

Elizabeth Whitner 
Lucille Braddock 
Mildred Braddock 
Nadine McIntosh 



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Flower : Violet 



Anne Martin 

Alice Evans 
Marjorie Hoagland 



Rheta Nelson 
Ruth Weeks 
Alys Frazee 



juanita eggart 
Dorothy Merritt 
Nell Yearwood 





Mildred Fellows, Theckla Gudenrath, Audrey Meeks, Anne Martin, Marjorie Hoagland 

Rheta Nelson, Rebecca Stevens, Marie Carter, Ethel Carter, Elizabeth Adams 

Rosenia Meriwether, Ethel Jones, Lucile Braddock, Ruth Weeks, Elizabeth Whitner 

Catherine Aymard, Dorothy Merritt, Parke Davis, Rl;by Mayo, Nadine McIntosh 

Juanita Eggart, Nell Yearwood, Mildred Braddock, Anne Linning, Lillian Wood, 

Virginia Saussy 









Sigma Kappa 



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Founded in Colby College in 1872 
Colors: Maroon and Lavender 

Publication: Sigma Kappa Triangle 

Motto: "One Heart, One Way" 

OMEGA CHAPTER 

Installed in 1920 

SORORES IN FACULTATE 

Leila Venable Sue Pitchford 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Flower: Violet 



Edwin a Abee 
Esther Boardman 
Elizabeth Child 

Charlotte Baldwin 
Maxine Buford ■ 



Helen Caldwell 
Dorothy Cawthon 



Jessie Baldwin 
Marion Brothers 
Louise Bryant 
Mildred Cawthon 



Class of 1930 

Juanita Cobb 
Mary Lou Gill 

Class of 193 i 

Cordelia Clarkson 
Ella Posey Gordon 
Charlotte Grimm 

Class of 1932 

Helen Clarkson 
Elizabeth Daniell 
Mildred Hunt 

Pledges 

Virginia Coburn 
Elizabeth Crawford 
Zelma Girtman 
Clarice Parker 
Marjorie Prime 



Roberta Head 

Mary Elizabeth Lowe 

Elizabeth Wood 

Mabel Teague 
Odis Wilson 



Anna Lou Smith 
Laurie Weston 



Margaret Ann Rodemacher 
Mary Elizabeth Stuart 
Margaret Teague 
Dorothy Wing 



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Roberta Head, Elizabeth Child, Betty Wood, Edwin a Abee, Fanita Cobb, 

Esther Boardman 

Mary Lois Gill, Mary E. Lowe, Charlotte Baldwin, Charlotte Grimm, 
Mabel Teague, Odis Wilson 

Helen Caldwell, Dorothy Cawthon, Elizabeth Daniell, Mildred Hunt, 

Annie Lou Smith, Laurie Weston 

Marjorie Prime, Jessie Baldwin, Virginia Coburn, Marion Brothers, 
Louise Bryant, Margaret A. Rodemacher 



Mary E. Stuart, Dot Wing, Margaret Teague, Mildred Cawthon 



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Founded at Monmouth College in 1867 
Colors: Wine, Red, and Silver Blue Flower: IV hit e Carnation 

BETA CHAPTER 
Installed in 1921 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 

Elizabeth Griffing 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Margaret Chase 
Elizabeth Ferguson 

Louise Aulls 
Dorothy Blackwell 

Carolyn Gibson 



Jane Allison 
Marian Burmeister 



Mary Edna Bell 
Mary Carnes 
Marjorie Cochran 
Eleanor Estes 
Lucile Gettier 
Madeline Gill 
Mary Graves 



Class of 1930 
Keller Harris 

Class of 193 i 
Ellen Knight 
Evelyn Lyle 
Janet Poulson 

Class of 1932 
Adeline Clough 
Annie Mae Henderson 

Pledges 

Helen Gray 
Grace Franklin 
Mabel Hopson 
Helen Maule 
Rosalie McKinley 
Marjorie Lloyd 
Lucy Pope 



Hazel Hebb 
Theresa Mintz 

Gervais Prentiss 
Jean Rowe 

Winifred Sessoms 



Catherine Hodges 
Leta MacNutt 



Susan Stovall 
Elizabeth Sims 
Elizabeth Sharp 
Katherine Perkins 
Mayme Tatum 
Marie Peters 
Anne Gordon Parker 








Kellar Harris, Evelyn Lyle, Ellen Knight, Louise Aulls, 
Winifred Sessoms, Marjorie Cochran 

Janet Poulson, Theresa Mintz, Leta MacNutt, Adaline Clough, 
Catherine Hodges, Marian Burmeister 

Annie Mae Henderson, Jane Allison, Helen Gray, Eleanor Estes, 
Mary Carnes, Mabel Hopson 

Susan Stovall, Anne Gordon Parker, Helen Maule, Lucy Pope, 
Marjorie Lloyd, Mary Graves 

Toodles Gill, Marie Peters, Mayme Tatum, Grace Franklin 



























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Founded at Miami University in 1902 
COLORS: Rose and Green Flower: Killarney Rose 

Publication: The Lamp 

ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER 

Installed in 1924 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1930 

Class of 193 i 



Mary Lamb 
Katherine Johnson 

Roberta Anson 



Mary Willis Johnson 
Margaret Roberts 
Ellen Bailey 
Florence Loessner 
Alice Buford 
Nancy Askins 
Josephine Allen 
Mary Lou Anderson 



Idella Wells 

Margaret Evelyn Mulliken 



Class of 1932 

Margaret Murphy 
Elizabeth Judevine 

Pledges 

Janet Girardeau 
Evelyn Harrison 
Edna Mae Duval 
Marion Grady 
Pauline Mizell 
Eleanor Shelly 
Nell Yeager 
Allie Mullis 



Virginia Miller 



Virginia Tyler 
Catherine Sewell 
Mary Petit 
Ruth Massman 
Elsie Taylor 
Louise Hughes 
Dorothy Rae Jenkins 
Roberta Murrell 





Mary Lamb, Idella Wells, Katherine Johnson, Mary Evelyn Mulliken, 
Roberta Anson, Margaret Murphy 

Elizabeth Judevine, Virginia Miller, Ellen Bailey, Ruth Massman, 
Evelyn Harrison, Nell Yeager 

Janet Girardeau, Tillie Duval, Josephine Allen, Louise Hughes, 
Elsie Taylor, Virginia Tyler 

Pauline Mizell, Mary Lou Anderson, Eleanor Shelly, Dorothy R. Jenkins, 
Marion Grady, Mary Petit 



Alice Mullis, Catherine Sewell, Alice Buford, Margaret Roberts 



Kappa cAlpha 'ioheta 





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Founded at DePauw University in 1870 



Colors: Black and Gold 



Flower: Black and Gold Pansy 



BETA NU CHAPTER 
Installed in 1924 






SORORES IN COLLEGIO 












Helen Goodyear 
Margaret Thomas 



Josephine Boydston 
Blanche Cornell 
Avis Kent 
Theresa Huffaker 



Jane Anderson 
Josephine Hoffman 



Susan Whalton 
Marie Kellerman 
Georgia Archer 
Peggy Brown 
Dorothy Combs 



Class of 1930 
Betty Kellerman 

Class of 193 i 

Sara Parrish 
Constance Seybold 
Sara Taylor 

Class of 1932 
Peggy Jones 

Pledges 

Helen Hammond 
Alyce Hemmings 
Annie Lois Hicks 
Lucille Hodson 
Louise Hoxie 
Edwina Jackson 



Rosalind Hadley 
Martha Irwin 



Mary Chattie Stackhouse 
Virginia Williams 
Ruth Williford 
Adele Frain 



Mary Elizabeth Krome 
Margaret Parrot 



Emma Gertrude Johnson 
Mary Margaret Johnson 
Rebecca Pitts 
Marjorie Snook 
Bettie Williford 



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Rosalind Hadley, Margaret Thomas, Elizabeth Kellerman, Helen Goodyear, 
Theresa Huffaker, Virginia Williams, Constance Seybold 



Blanche Cornell, Avis Kent, Josephine Boydston, Josephine Hoffman, 
Mary Chat Stackhouse, Eleanor Jones, Sarah Parrish 

Alyce Hemmings, Marie Kellerman, Louise Hoxie, Annie Lois Hicks, 
Sarah Taylor, Martha Irwin, Mary E. Krome 



Marjorie Snook, Edwina Jackson, Lucille Hopson, Rebecca Pitts, Dot Combs, 
Helen Hammond, Peggy Brown 



Sara Sherrill, Ruth Heaton, Mary Margaret Johnson, Emma Gertrude Johnson, 

Georgia Archer 



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Founded at Farmville, Va., in 1898 

Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Grey Flower: White Violet 

Open Motto: "Seek the Noblest" 

BETA GAMMA CHAPTER 

Installed in 1924 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Mary Hume 
sora embry 

Imogene Currie 

Mary Connel 
Helen Crosby 

Margaret Woodward 
Helen Shephard 
Eugenia McKee 
Harrie Rondel 
Hazel Burnette 



Class of 1930 
Edna Mattox 

Class of 193 i 

Class of 1932 
Addie Fisher 

Pledges 

Lucille Staxfill 
Elizabeth Cermack 
Grace Lassiter 

Annie Wheeler 
Verona Creekmore 



Grace Gardiner 

Bess Airth 

Kathrine Gibson 

Nannie Griffin 
Maude Lewis McCall 

MlLLICENT AMSTUTZ 

Marguerite Evans 
Dorothy Stovall 
Dorothy Cappleman 
Clara Williams 





Mary Hume, Edna Mattox, Grace Gardiner, Sora E.mbry, Imogene Currie, 

Nannie Griffin, Katherine Gibson, Annice Wheeler, Harrie Rondel, 

Clara Williams 

Eugenia McKee, Elizabeth Cermack, Helen Crosby, Verona Creekmore, Bess Airth, 

Hazel Burnette, Maude Lewis McCall, Grace Lassiter, Helen Shepard, 

Margaret Woodward 



Mary Cornell, Milly Amstutz, Lucille Stanfill 



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Founded at Syracuse University in 1904 

Colors: Red, Buff and Green Flower: Red and Buff Rose 

Publication: Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 


















Myra Doyle 
Maude Gary 



Celeste Edwards 



Alice Best 
Virginia Burford 
Elizabeth Croom 



Margaret Turner 
Helen Turner 
Montine Sparkman 
Helen Overton 
Virginia Chitty 
Beryl Wing 
Pat Ray 



Class of 1930 
Belle Groff 

Class of 1931 

Betty Blue 
Nancy Lutz 

Class of 1932 

Francis Gary 
Dorothy Hefner 
Alice Koys 

Pledges 

Virginia Kreger 
Dorothy Boynton 
Dorothy Oliver 
Opal Sholtz 
Pat Crews 
Annie Lee Roof 
Betty McGraw 



Daisybel Moore 
Martha Monroe 



Dana Sum mitt 



Roberta Moore 
Helen Mover 
Claire Wadsworth 



Margaret McGraw 
Eleanor McNeill 
Margaret Pollock 
Betsy Prewitt 
Harriet Moore 
Inez Lee Bottari 
Virginia Middlebrooks 















Daisybel Moore, Martha Monroe, Maude Gary, Belle Groff, Virginia Burford, 

Dana Sum mitt 

Margaret McCall, Margaret Turner, Roberta Moore, Helen Moyer, Nancy Lutz, 

Claire Wadsworth 

Alice Best, Olga N. Ray, Alice Kays, Elizabeth Croom, Betty Blue, 

Frances Gary 



Harriet Moore, Eleanor McNeill, Virginia Middlebrooks, Dorothy Oliver, 
Elizabeth McGraw, Dot Boynton 









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Founded at the University of California in 19 14 



Colors: Rainbow 



Flower: White Iris 



Publication: "Dial" 

Open Motto: "Let there be light" 

LAMBDA CHAPTER 

Installed in 1925 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 
Etta L. Robertson 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 







Class of 1930 




LVNDELLE CANADAY 

Jo Cox 


Rebecca Coyne 
Alice De Pass 
Juanita Lawrence 


Bessie Monroe 
Betty Ryder 


Harriet Ryder 


Class of 1931 
Class of 1932 


Mary Settle 




Margaret Cruise 
Mary Sue Cureton 


Leon a Ellen wood 
Lillian Fitch 
Helen Flewelling 


Louise Wehr 

Mary Kathryn Parker 






Pledges 




Mary Britt 
Gertrude Balasok 


Tillie Balasok 
Kathleen Crocker 

Kathleen Johnston 


Mary Lou Sanderson 
Annie Thorpe 






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Margaret Cruise, Lyndelle Canaday, Mary Settle, Mary Katherine Parker 

Juanita Lawrence, Helen Flewelling, Harriet Ryder, Rebecca Coyne 

Betty Ryder, Mary Britt, Bessie Monroe, Lillian Fitch 

Annie W. Thorpe, Mary Lou Sanderson, Jo Cox, Tillie Balasok, 
Gertrude Balasok 






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founded at New York University in 1917 



COLORS: Purple and Gold 



Flowers: Jonquil and Aster 



Dorothy Ossinsky 



Dorothy Feinberg 



Ruth Glasser 



Irma Feinberg 
Rosebelle Scher 



IOTA CHAPTER 



Installed in 1925 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Class of 1930 

Class of 193 i 

Florence Adelson 

Class of 1932 

Juliette Greenfield 

Pledges 

Rose Zanderer 
Esther Streng 
Ida Weinstein 



Natalie Weinstein 



Helen Sloat 



Malvina Klepper 



Jeanette Ossinsky 
Rene Gordon 




Dorothy Ossinsky, Malvina Klepfer, Ruth Glasser, Florence Adelsc 

Helen Sloat, Ruth Feinberg, Natalie Weinstein, Esther Streng, 

Rene Gordon 



Jeanette Ossinsky, Irma Feinberg, Juliette Greenfield, 
Ida Weinstein, Rosebelle Scher 




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COLOR : Cardinal 



Dorothy Boyce 



Martha Crane 
Rosebud DeMilly 



Alice Anderson 
Rita Leddy 



Helen Bisz 
Ruth Conradi 
Frances Knapp 
Ruby Larsen 



Founded at Barnard College in 1897 

Flower: Jacqueminot Rose 
ALPHA PI CHAPTER 

SORO'R IN FACULTATE 

Helen Davis 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Class of 1930 

Dorothy Cross 
Margaret Green 

Class of 1931 

Rosalind Kennedy 

Class of 1932 

Jeanette Littig 
Elizabeth Markey 

Pledges 

Martha McKnight 
Evelyn Pilkington 
Helen Pratt 
Catherine Price 



Martha Love 



Merle McDermid 

HlLDRED NEWLON 



Irene Shoun 

Mary Belle Martin 



Dorothy Reese 
Madeline Royce 
Margaret Royce 
Nellie Wynn Sullivan 








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Dot Cross, Dot Boyce, Martha Crane, Margaret Green 

Rita Leddv, Helen Bisz, Irene Shoun, Dorothy Reese 

Hildred Newlon, Martha Love, Merle McDermid, Alice Anderson 







Martha McKnight, Madeline Royce, Peggy Royce, Elizabeth Markey, 

Nellie Wynn Sullivan 



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Founded at Wesleyan College in 1852 
Colors: Rose and White Flower: Enchantress Carnation 

Publication: The Aglaia 
Open Motto: "Les Soeurs Fideles" 

ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER 

Installed in 1929 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Virginia Anderson 



Dorothy Yerxa 
Evelyn Cooper 

March Griffith 
Vera Reynolds 



Mary Kittredge 
Kay Stowe . 
Mary Alice Cahoon 
Isabel Van Voorhis 
Edna Hancock 



Class of 1930 

Louise Clement 

Class of 1931 
Emily Marshall 

Class of 1932 

Mary Trogdon 
Daisybel Clement 
Alpha Railey Milan 

Pledges 

Phoebe Jane Taylor 
V. Broward 
Barbara Sabiston 
Willie Dean Grace 
Jean Ingram 



Margaret Harwich 



Thelma Sumner 
Jean Griffith 



Janie Bayler 
Capitola Prevatte 



Helen Baker 
Lois Campbell 
Elizabeth Tribble 
Teenie Ware Irvin 
Myrtle Whidley 




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Dot Yerxa, Emily Marshall, Margaret Harwick, Louise Clement, 
Virginia Anderson 

Carolyn Battle, Jane Dazler, Vera Reynolds, Mary Trodgen, 
Thelma Sumner 

Evelyn Cooper, March Griffith, Mary Alice Cahoon, Daisybel Clement, 

Lois Campbell 

Vivian Broward, Jean Ingram, Isabellf. Van Voorhis, Alpha Bailey Milam, 

Mary Kittredge 



Teenie Irvin, Barbara Sabiston, Kay Stowe, Elizabeth Tribble, 
Helen Baker, Phoebe Jane Taylor 






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Founded at DePauw University in 1885 

Colors: Scarlet and Olive Flower: Red Carnation and Smilax 

Open Motto: "Together let us seek the heights" 



Bernice Deitz 



Mildred Register 
Marie Payne 



SORORES IN FACULTATE 



Josephine Morrison 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Class of 1930 



Frances Paxon 
Bernice More 



Mildred Greene 
Thelma Goodbread 












Marion Hendry 
Katherine Wilson 



Mary Finney 



Martha Robertson 
Helen Fannin 
Mary Gray 



Class of 193 i 
Betty Owens 

Class of 1932 

Marie Register 
Dorothy Webb 



Pledges 

Gladys Haskill 
Virginia Ware 
Louise Wilkinson 
Mildred Seals 



Sara Jane McCormack 
Mary Bryan 



Winifred White 



Rowena Diamond 
Mercedes Noallas 
Margaret Scott 



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Mildred Register, Marie Payne, Thelma Goodbread, 
Frances Paxon, Bernice More 

Mildred Greene, Marion Hendry, Katherine Wilson, 
Beatrice Owens, Sara Jane McCormack 

Dorothy Webb, Rowena Diamond, Mary Finney, Marie Register, 
Margaret Scott 

Mary Gray, Mildred Seale, Louise Wilkinson, Winifred White 



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Founded at Lombard College in 1893 
Colors: Double Blue and Gold Flower: Pink Killarney Rose 

Publication: Alpha Xi Delta 










Anna Mae Sharpe 
Alethea Smith 



Golda Carlton 

Mattie Mae Carlton 



Virginia Andrews 
Betty Bell 



LaRetta Burns 



Julia Cheshire 
Alphonsine Cleare 
Edith Harrison 
Myoma Kahl 
Mary Lou Key 



ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER 

Installed in 1929 



SORORES IN FACULTATE 



Norma Bower 



Ina Barbee 
Marie Benedict 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Class of 1930 



Marion Deacon 
Johanna Reif 

Class of 193 i 

Louise Cleare 
Essie Geiger 

Class of 1932 

Dorothy Hicks 

Pledges 

Genie Mathewson 
Virginia McDaniel 
Margaret Roberts 
Harriet Ruth Smith 
Norma Staff 



Hester Strong 
Alice Teachy 



Betsy Leake 
Mary E. Tompkins 



Jim Turner 



Yvonne Stone 
Marjorie Thomas 
Margaret Tichenor 
Dorothy Treadwell 
Rachel Winn 








Mattie Mae Carlton, Hester Strong, Golda Carlton, Marian Deacon, 

Johanna Reif 

Louise Cleare, Virginia Andrews, Essie Geiger, Mary Tomkins, 
Alphonsine Cleare 

Betty Bell, Dot Hicks, Julia Cheshire, Myoma Kahl, Margaret Tichenor 



Rachel Winn, Harriet R. Smith, Edith Harrison, Virginia McDaniel, 
Genie Mathewson, Alice Teachy 



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Founded at Florida State College for Women in 1929 



Colors: Rose and Silver 



Flower: Pink Rose 




SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Mabel Dunscombe 



Frances Bloodgood 



Class of 1930 

Elizabeth King 
Katherine Reagin 



Class of 193 1 

Gwendolyn Brigman 
Faith Watson 



Class of 1932 



Bernice Mansfield 



Harriet Baker 



Gwendolyn Tulley 
Dorothy Clarke 



Edith Loughran 
Doris Figenbaum 



Lucile Stickle 
Margaret Jordan 



Pledges 



Alice Hayden 
Harriet Hancey 



Beryl Steinmeyer 
Frances Walker 
Frances Houchard 



Myra McLean 
Josephine Headley 




Frances Bloodgood, Faith Watson, Harriet Baker 

Elizabeth King, Bernice Mansfield, Dot Clarke 

Gwendolyn Brigman, Alice Hayden, Mabel Dunscombe, Katherine Reagin 


















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Alvan Gregory 



Catherine Lewis 



Marjorie Brown 
Eloise Goza 



Geneva Bailey 
Bernice Brock 
Ruth Davis 
Elizabeth Eastman 
Louise Gantt 
Helen Hendrix 
Paula Marie Lingg 



Gladys Gregory 

Lotta Keith 



Class of 1931 



Class of 1932 

Dorothy Hogan 
Mary Elizabeth Josey 

Pledges 

Marjorie Linn 
Marguerite Litschgi 
Kathleen Thomson 
Eleanor McMillan 
Nell Morgan 
Frances Pert 



Elizabeth Smith 



Davida Stenstrom 



Alice Lewis 
Margaret York 



Louise Pittman 
Marjorie Richardson 
Eleanor Scofield 
Mary Louise Shaw 
Frances Spiller 
Florida Sellers 
Gladys Nowling 




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Alvan Gregory, Gladys Gregory, Elizabeth Lee, Lotta Keith, 
Davida Stenstrom 

Marjorie Brown, Eloise Goza, Dot Hogan, Eleanor McMillan, 
Nell Morgan 

Kathleen Thomson, Louise Gantt, Helen Hendrix, Louise Pittman, 

Gladys Nowling 

Elizabeth Eastman, Eleanor Scofield, Ruth Davis, Bernice Brock, 
Florida Sellers 



Marguerite Litschgi, Frances Pert, Frances Spiller, Mary Lucille 
Shaw, Marguerite Linn 



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Dr. Helen Phipps Dr. A. R. Seymour Dean Charlotte Beckham 















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Marina Cuevas 
Susie Anderson 
Frances Beck 
Helen Calder 
Shirley Caldwell 



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Rose Chairmonte Clementine Newman 

Marjorie Fay Katherine Reagin 

Hazel Mary Grace Emilie Stevens 

Hollis Henderson Marjorie Strode 

Mildred Henderson Polly Whaley 

Mary Elizabeth Lowe Vera Williams 
Bernice Mansfield 




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Dr. Gage 




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Miss Kelly 


Dr. Seymour 




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Miss Finnegan 


Emilie Stevens 




Mrs. Mayo 


Marguerite Evans 


Mary Warren H 


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Bernice More 


Mary Lorene LaFuse 


Grace Gardiner 




Velma Ooton 


Helen Lastra 


Mary Elizabeth 


Lowe 


Josephine Thorpe 


Mary McMillan 


Carol Winemiller 


Faith Watson 


Davida Stenstrom 


Nellie Wyllie 




Sara Holt White 


Ida Stewart 


Mrs. Alfriend 




Gwendolyn Brigman 


Mary C. Wakefield 


Sarah Caldwell 




Mary Bryan 


Katherine Walker 


Amy Cornell 




Rebecca Chatham 


Jean Griffith 


Evelyn Lyle 






Connie Seybold 






Miss Edith West 



Martha Brodmerkel 
Rosalie Clausen 



Dorothy Feinberg 
Leona Henderson 



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FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. J. B. Game 

STUDENT MEMBERS 

Elyse Gissendanner Emilie Stevens 

Bessie Monroe Faith Watson 

Margaret Scott 

PLEDGES 

Louise Houck Beatrice Owens 

Elizabeth King Josephine Tharpe 








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Dr. W. G. Dodd 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Miss Rowena Longmire 



Esther Boardman 
Idella Wells 
Frances Beck 
Thelma Sumner 
Marianna Kinchley 



STUDENT MEMBERS 
Ellen Knight Betty Wood 

Sarah Caldwell Betty Kellerman 

Gertrude Price Dot Hicks 

Marie Dixon Margaret Jordan 

Blanche Cornell Lyndelle Canaday 










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Prof. Arthur Williams 
Dr. Kathryn Abbey 

Miss Alice Christensen 



Elizabeth Ferguson 
Theresa Huffaker 



History Honorary Fraternity 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Miss Louise Conradi 
Miss Gertrude Herring 

STUDENT MEMBERS 

Velma Ooton 
Frances Paxon 
Edith Johnston 



Thi Kappa Thi 



Miss Willerry Jackson 
Dr. Bessie Randolph 
Dr. Venila Shores 



Morita Mason- 
Catherine Chatham 





Honorary Scholastic Fraternity 
Open Motto: "The love of learning rules the ivorld" 



Edward Conradi 
Arthur Williams 
Nathaniel M. Salley 
Ella Scoble Opperman 
Margaret R. Sandels 
Elmer R. Smith 
Josiah B. Game 



Ina Barbel 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Alban Stewart 
Lanas S. Barber 
Edmund V. Gage 
Raymond Bellamy 
Paul F. Finner 
Leland J. Lewis 
Jennie Tilt 

ALUMNAE MEMBERS 



Herman Kurz 
Rowena Longmire 
Julia Dilzer 
Olga Larson 
Arthur R. Seymour 
Catherine T. Abbey 
Bessie Randolph 



Nell Wallis 



Mary McGraw 
Mary Warren Hudson 
Mrs. Alfriend 
Frances Paxon 
Marjorie Strode 
Marian Deacon 



SENIOR MEMBERS 

Idella Wells 
Loyola McLaughlin 
Katherine Reagin 
Bessie Wright 
Emilie Stevens 



Catherine Davis 
Ida Townsend 
Mary Hyatt 
Marian Youngs 
Ruth Meiten 
Vera Dull 



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Founded in 1919 at the University of Tennessee 

Colors: Blue and Gold Publication: The Litterateur 

PI CHAPTER 



Margaret Harwick 
Dana Summitt 



Helen de Montmollin 
Lyndelle Canaday 



Kellar Harris 
Frances Beck 



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National Home Economics Honorary Society 

Founded at Michigan State Agricultural College in 191 2 

Colors: Pink and Lavender Publication: "Omicron Nu 

PI CHAPTER 
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Dean Margaret R. Sandels 



Ina Barbee 



ACTIVE ALUMNAE 

Helen Davis 

STUDENT MEMBER 

Katherine Reagin 



Dr. Jennie Tilt 



Eunice Grady 









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Miss Mudge 
Dean Salley 



Mary McGraw 

Lillian Cross 
Marie Cuevas 
Alice Smith 
Adamary Anderson 
Ethel Mae Willis 




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Mrs. Bertha Finner 



Dr. Eyman 
Miss Heering 



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Margaret McCurdie 
Martha Taylor 
Ida Stewart 
Loyola McLaughlin 

Alice Malakowsky 



Marjorie Strode 
Velma Ooten 
Sora Embry 
Luna Bowdoin 
Jean Davis 
Mrs. Alfriend 









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Miss Margaret W. Dow 



Mrs. Mary M. Meginnis 
Miss Mary T. Whitfield 



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Miss Ada Knight 
Miss Mary Hyatt 

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Mrs. Josiah Walker 
Mrs. Nals Berryman 



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Dr. William G. Dodd 



Miss Jean Compton 
Mr. Elbert S helper 



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Lucille Pa'tronis 
Mary Cooper Wakefield 



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Sarah Caldwell 
Nancy Reeder 



Merle McDermid 
Virginia Andrews 
Helen Smith 



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history of Florida State Qollege jorljOomen 

By Dr. A. A. Murphree, First President (Flastacowo — 1910) 

THE STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN was established by the 
State of Florida in May, 1905, and its management vested in a Board of 
Control consisting of five members. In July, 1905, this board and the 
State Board of Education, in joint session, located the College in Talla- 
hassee. The four years of the College history have shown a steady growth 
in number of students, in the scope and efficiency of the college work, and 
in all else that makes for the upbuilding of a reputable educational institu- 
tion. 

With such ideals in mind, the Board of Control began selecting officers 
of administration and instruction, and by laying out the widest possible 
curriculum to meet the utmost needs of the young women of the State. 
So it was provided that the College should offer a wide variety of courses, 
both theoretical and practical, in Domestic Science, Domestic Art, Ele- 
mentary Agriculture, Horticulture and Pedagogy, Music, Art, and Ex- 
pression, in addition to the more standard courses of General Literature, 
Liberal Arts and Sciences. 

The scope and purpose of the College having been determined and the 
Faculty selected, efforts were directed towards a campaign of advertising 
the new institution. Notwithstanding the shortness of time in which to 
bring this new enterprise to the knowledge of those who had daughters to 
educate, and the advance requirements which barred a number of young 
ladies who applied for admission, the first session began with 114 students 
and closed with 204. The second year the College began with 141 and 
closed with 220. The third opened with 146 the first day and closed with 
240. The fourth year began with 164 and and ended with 257. At the 
opening of the present session 200 students registered on the first day. 
These figures indicate a healthy and encouraging growth of the Institution. 




Anti-Fat Club — 1910 




Gymnasium — 191$ 





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Tennis — 191 



Styles and Styles and Styles 
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.S I sit under the stately old pine, I see all the latest modes of 
dress, and I wonder how on earth people can create all of those queer 
looking clothes. You know we haven't had anything exciting since the 
"Merry Widow" hats quieted down. Did you ever get stuck in a Pull- 
man with yours? I did, and I had a most peculiar sensation when I 
crawled from under it, stood off, and gazed at it sticking between those 
two walls. But you know, I, — why what is that coming up the walk? 
Did you ever see such a scandalous thing in all your life? Dear me, that girl 
has tied her dress on as tight as she can do to take a step. Between you 
and me, I believe that is the new "Hobble Skirt." You know that is just 
like Helene — she is always trying to get ahead of other people. 

Now won't you — what on earth has happened to Elizabeth ? She 
must have been hurt in a basket-ball game, or run into by an auto, for 
she surely has her forehead tied up. Holy Smoke! Don't let her hear 
me saying that, for, as I live, I believe it's a piece of red ribbon. Guess 
that is the latest Jacksonville hair dress. 

It certainly is getting dark. Guess it's almost time for some Hash. 
Wonder who that girl is in the distance? Bless me, if she hasn't a 
dunce cap on her head. No, it isn't either, it's a mule hat, — the kind you 
see mules wearing in the summer. And look, there is a long black 
feather tacked on the back. Surely a mule hat isn't decorated that way — 
all I ever saw were just plain. Why how supid of me! It isn't a mule 
hat at all, it's the new "Ting-a-ling." 

Beryl Harrison, '15. 



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Junior Normal Class — 1915 




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1 VERY land has its own customs, every wheel its 
its own traditions. Although the Florida State College for Women 
century old, the customs are fast becoming traditions. 

During the first week of school, the Freshmen are introduced into this new life. As 
soon as the Freshmen become familiar with their surroundings, the Young Women's Chris- 
tian Association, the College Government Association, and the " Athletic Association are 
hostesses to a Big Sister-Little Sister party. Later on one of the most beautiful events of 
the year takes place in the Open Air Theater. This is the ceremony of Torch Night, which 
is a Greek pageant recognizing the Freshman class as a part of the Alma Mater. As the 
college becomes more settled, the Young Women's Christian Association holds the Recogni- 
tion Service, which is a beautiful and impressive ceremony, the purpose of which is to 
initiate those who desire to become members. Next is presented the union of the Fresh- 
man and Junior classes in the Ceremony of Fealty. A tradition dear to the hearts of the 
Seniors is the Investiture Service in which their caps are placed on their heads by the 
college president. The week before Thanksgiving is filled with excitement as this is Home- 
coming Week for the college. For the two nights preceding Thanksgiving, the Odd and 
Even demonstrations are given; the same nights being Even and Odd nights out. During 
nights out the Evens celebrate with a big bonfire while the Odds have a long lantern 
parade. Color rush takes place the day before Thanksgiving with Odds and Evens com- 
peting for certain objects on the campus to decorate with their respective colors. On Thanks- 
giving Day the volley-ball and basket-ball games are played between the Odds and Evens. 
After the games everyone celebrates by a large Thanksgiving dinner. The Thanksgiving 
Ball climaxes the great day. 

Just before the Christmas holidays, the Seniors serenade Tallahassee with carols and 
are guests at a Christmas party in Bryan Flail. Previous to Easter, a carnival is given by 
the Senior Class, assisted by the other classes. The spring is opened with the Senior Tree 
Planting in which the Sophomores take part. The greatest day of all days is May Day. 
This is celebrated by a Senior-Sophomore Breakfast, May-pole dancing, and the coronation 
of a May queen, whose identity is concealed until the event. Following May Day every 
Sunday night until commencement, the Seniors are serenaded by the Sophomores. Then 
conies Commencement, a week filled with excitement. 

Although more traditions may be woven into the college life, these are the main ones 
which bind the Florida State College Women together in love and loyalty. 

"Stand fast and hold the traditions ye have been taught, whether by word or our 
epistle." 

Emily Atkins, 1933. 



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DD AND EVEN rivalry has been keen on the campus of the Florida 
State College for Women since the year 1909 when the college was divided into 
sides called Stars and Crescents. The only available records of this are found 
on an old plaque which is propped against the right vestibule of the auditorium. 
In the center of this plaque is the first college seal. On the right side of the 
seal, tacked to the plaque, are two strips. On each strip is scratched a small 
crescent, the date "1910'' on one and "1912" on the other, and the names of six 
girls composing the winning teams in these years. A single strip is on the 
other side of the seal and it is likewise filled with names. In the corner there is a 
star, in the other corner "191 1," for in this year the Star team was victorious. For 
three years the names of the winners were scratched on the small brass plated on 
either side of the seal. 

In igi3 the students in the School of Arts and Sciences divided themselves into 
Odd and Even groups according to the year of their graduation. Because the 
school of Arts and Sciences refused to recognize the Normal School students 
as fellow students, the latter organized a team of its own. From then until 191 5 
there was little friendship between the two schools. In this year the Normal 
school challenged the winners of the school of Arts and Sciences to a game 
to be played Thanksgiving Day. In this game the Normal School was victorious, 
and so became recognized members of the Odd and Even groups. This united 
the students of the Florida State College under two big heads as they 
are at the present time. 

The Odds and Evens have changed colors several times during the intervening" 
years, but today the green and gold of the Evens and the red, white, and purple 
of the Odds are established colors. "Gold" represents the "gold of the sun" 
while "green" is for "green of life." "Red"' stands for "wisdom," "white"' for 
"purity" and "purple" for "loyalty." 

The Even and Odd teams were victorious alternately from 1913 to 1916. 
From 1917 to 1919 the Evens carried away the honors; but in 1920 success returned 
to the Odds. The Evens won the games r rom 1921 until 1925, in which year the 
Odds captured the score. In 1926 the Evens won again. In 1927 the Odds were 
the victors and remained so until the present time. 

Louise Bryant, 1933. 





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J\¥TER the Georgia Tech- 
Florida game. 

Gee, I love football! I could 
hardly take my eyes off that big 
blonde sitting next to Bill on 
the right. I didn't get what 
frat pin he was wearing, but 
gee, he sure made the game a 
thing to be remembered ! 

After the Merchant of 
Venice. 
Oh Mable! The performance was simply WONDERFUL!! You shouldn't 

have missed it. Why Jane W had the best looking man Fve ever seen with her. 

They sat right in front of me and a little to the right, just where I could see his 
profile. Heavenly is no name for him. What was the play like? Oh grand, I guess. 
Everybody said it was anyway. 

After Mr. Southern's performance. 

Honey, Fve had a marvelous evening. Why I never knew mere acting and 
stories could be so interesting! I couldn't hear much of the speaking, but the cutest 
"Pike" sat right across the aisle, and I simply couldn't tear my eyes away from him 
for an instant. He had the blackest hair — and he was with Mae, so I felt perfectly 
justified in dropping my compact right under his feet. Of course he picked it up 
with the nicest smile. I was so thrilled I went to take the compact and dropped 
it all over again! Then we both laughed and Mae had to introduce us! Heavens, 
where's the program, Fll have to write Mother about this performance. 
During Prom Week-End. 

Mable, you'll never believe it! Fm truly going to take up piano or something. 
Why the way the boys flocked around the musical girls is a sin! Gee, my neck is so 
stiff. I was sitting on the house steps and I heard Bernice and that adorable A. T. O. 
come out and sit in the swing. I wasn't going to go in and leave a perfectly good 
man alone with her, even if she is a Junior, so I just pretended I didn't hear them and 
squirmed round so he could see my profile real well. Yes, that's why my neck's so 
stiff, but I know he was impressed, 
cause he asked Bernice later who the 
rapt little party was on the steps. Oh, 
I just loved helping out at the house. 

Letter to Mother. 
Dearest Mother: 

Fm truly getting down to work up 
here, and improving my mind no end. 
Why, Fve attended every artist series 
performance that has been given. Fm 
thinking seriously of taking up art, but 
I haven't quite decided what kind yet. 
It is nice enough up here, but there 
are never any men, and I have gotten 
so I hardl'y think of the boys any more 
at all, with all this mind-improving Fve 
been so busy with, and all 




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ADIES and gentlemen of our wave-length audience, tonight our musical program 
will be conducted by the United Advertisers Company of the world. This is by the 
courtesy of the Ad Infinitum Station Room at Station F. S. C. W. Chattahoochee (or 
is it Kalamazoo?). 

6:30 P. M. 
"When the Lights Are Low" — College Power House Orchestra. 
"You're the Cream in My Coffee" — Carnation Milk Baritone. 
"Three O'Cloek in the Morning" — Yale Key Company Quartet. 
"My Sweeter Than Siveet" — Solo By Representative of Jack Frost Sugar Co. 
"Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose"—?. & G. Co. Glee Club. 
"You Never Told, I Didn't Know" — Listerine Lullabyers. 
" Hush-a-Bye Baby" — The Murmuring "Mum" Tenor. 
"Drifting" — The Ivory Floaters. 

7:30 P. M. 

"A Bolt from the Blue" (Recitation) — Graham-Gingham Representative. 

"I've Got Your Number" — 

One Act Play By United Telephone Exchange "Callers." 

"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" — Quartet from the Stuz Stutterers. 

"Bed Time Stories" — (The Bug in the Rug) — Linoleum Lil. 

And now radio listeners, for a special treat! Tonight the Florida State College 
for Women is broadcasting a special program — all their notables, stand by! (well 
out of the way) . 

"Moanin Loiv" — 

Chorus of Sorority "goats," Led By V. Bailey and Her Famous Cow. 

"Deep River" — Bryant Hall Showers Quartet. 

"Way Down Yonder in the Corn Field" — Soccer Songsters. 

"I Ain't Got Nobody!" — Request Number, Lou Henderson. 

"Blue Eyes, Why Are You Black?" — 

Solo By Becky Waldrop, Chorus By Her Hockey Heifers. 

"Italian Art" — (A Short Dissertation On Mona Lisa) — Mayoma Kahl. 

"The Dream Girl of Pi. K. A." — Solo by Mareese Carabello. 

"The Traveler" — (Recitation) — By Edna Mattox. 

"Varsity Drag," or "The Secret of My Success" — Marion Phillips. 



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HESE ^irls built a lovely new house this year but no one can quite figure out 
how they will pay for it since they failed to get all the pledges they wanted. A 
tough break for the Sig K's. Their house has certainly helped them overcome their 
previous inferiority complex. Their dance at the Prom was a WOW! Mike Houser 
was right there — how's your knee, Mike? Morrison and Wharton seem to be keeping 
that Well of Loneliness from running dry. Ray has sorta' deserted the K. D's. . . . 
more power to you Deetsie. That's a knockout ring that Dot Wing wears on her 
left hand. It must be great. 



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OPE Gervais Prentiss improved her technique at Prom — she certainly tried. 
Heard Ham Miller was afraid to kiss a Pi Phi because he has a gold tooth in his 
mouth. Oh, he's tight like that! Lyle surely had a popular date at the Prom — all 
the girls are hogs about Monkey. Someone asked what had happened to Mamie 
Tatum's car, don't guess they knew that it has joined a sorority. The S. A. E. 
Rogue's Gallery that Ellen, Lyle and Jean fixed up bore a striking resemblance to 
the boys, Charlie Kittel especially. Darwin must have been right. We wonder how 
the "Schoolgirl" from St. Petersburg finds the atmosphere at Florida State? Yes, 
the Vogue does have pretty dresses, reasonable, too. Well, 

poop-poop-a-doop ! 



J. HEIR page in history has just begun. We'll know more about you later. 



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Crash! 



ES? THEY DID! What's happened to your old power? Put your old timers 
to work — get some more Lucie Davises and Baby Latimers. Should girls suffer, 
though, for your mistakes? Look before you leap next time. Try co-operation. 
Janet Wills seems to have kept up the morale of the chapter this year. Since when 
did Cotillion go T. N. E.? 



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A ACKARDS do help quite a bit and your dance at Prom really raised your stock. 
Can't you do something about Rosebud, figuratively speaking? You're just like one 
big, happy family! 



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Me-ow! 



REAK that ice — we all have bad qualities to cover, too — after all ice is trans- 
parent. Take off those whiskers, we see those bowlegs! Now Arlene, where did 
you get those mumps? You might have left them in Gainesville where you found 
them. Jane, when one's grade depends on one's neighbor, friendliness is essential. 
"Oh, she's SO different!" Phil, who is she? Polish up on your dirt, girls, it's 
most time for rushing. 



Lanibda Delta and Chi Gamnia 

"We Offer You Congratulations!" 



^ AY, does that old K. D. house talk ? We are glad that Dot Yerxa had a nice 
time at the Prom. Barbara, who's your friend in Tampa? Thelma, do something 
about that hair — is that a Phi Mu complex? You have a good start on the campus. 
Keep it up ! 



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OBBIE KROME, after your restrictions how does it feel to be "naughty and 
yet be nice?" It's a pleasure to know someone as attractive and as oblivious to the 
fact as Mary Chattie Stackhouse. 



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ICE new house, nice new pledges, nice new spirit. It's a shame that Dot New- 
man had to break with Pay Day but he just couldn't write letters that she was proud 
to read to all of the girls! I hear that Evelyn has broken her Sigma Nu pledge 
and is seriously considering another. Well, everyone certainly kept their eyes on the 
two young gentlemen in white linens at the K. D. tea dance. Dot Robinson has gone 
slicker on us, she even works up Georgia way. Give us a break, Dot! We wonder 
what has happened to Tommy's car? "Did Daddy go away, baby?" We also under- 
stand that Eleanor McClearen's middle name is spelled Macon and pronounced 
MAKE-EM ! Well, Chester, make up your mind ! 



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HESE girls really stick together in every political and social event on the cam- 
pus. There should be more like them. Mary Lou Key and Dot Treadwell shared 
honors with the lead in Junior Minstrel. We hear that Betty Bell made a talk in 
art appreciation class the other day — however, she seemed to have a little trouble in 
distinguishing between "The Laughing Cavalier" and "Mona Lisa." 



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ARY SETTLE has brought quite a bit of fame to you this year. Alice, how 
are your men? Mary Katherine Parker's voice was at its best in Junior Minstrel, 
she felt her importance in the lead and carried it off w r ell. 



The Original Hot-Box! 

X. T'S early rushing, C. P., so you'd better practice up on fainting. Now, seriously, 
how can they let such rushing go on? You could at least be polite when other 
sororities call for dates. But there, we won't fuss about it, for after all it's a point 
in our favor. It's a shame that other Freshmen couldn't enjoy the Prom too. Some- 
one told us that the A. D. Pi's are wholesome girls. Yeah, any of them hold some 
six quarts. Ask Buddy Fraleigh, he knows. 



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T'S a shame that your mainstays and claims to fame are graduating this year. 
We are speaking of Sora, Mary, and Mattox. Sorry, but we don't have more of 
that personal touch for you. 



X HEY'RE all sweet girls BUT . . . What are you going to do without Mary 
Lamb and Idella Wells? Katharine, just how many cuts have you gotten this year 
for being late to classes? Could it possibly be another case of — consider the source? 



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Nina Creel : ' ' Yes, when I came on 
the stage in the Junior minstrel the 
audience sat there open-mouthed." 

Betty Bell: "Oh, nonsense! They 
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another Qoose 1930 

Teacher may I go for a swim? 

Yes, my darling daughter. 
Take 1 ,000,000,000 showers before you go in 

But don't go near the water! 



When Sophomore dues are promptly paid, 
And the road to the gym is paved ; 

When the profs, all take your alibi — 
Why — I'll be in my grave. 



Georgia Porgie, Theta Chi — 

Kissed the girls, or made a try. 
"I heard his dad had lots of kale . . . 

"What's that? You're writing him next mail?" 



Little Miss Moffet 
Sat on a tuffet, 
Discreetly lighting? — Oh well! 
(I always did say 

That for "Art's" sake, the way 
They censor things, surely is — 

Good night! (Censored Again!) 



Little Jack Horner 

Sat in a corner 
Eating some dining-room pie. 

He stuck in his thumb 
And pulled out a plum ( ?) 

And said, "Ye gawds! they had this last time!" 
***** 

There was a grim Sophomore, one day, 
Observing some Freshmen at play. 

Her hand at her brow, 

She wailed "My cow," 
"Tell me not / was ever that way!" 
***** 

There once was a Senior from Tampa, 
Who slept on a ship while at anchor. 

She woke in dismay, when she heard the mate say : 
"H'ist up the top sheets, boys, and spanker!" 



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the West Florida Seminary, boasting a mere 
handful of students, Wilson's has striven to fill the 
needs, general and specific, of the college girl. Each 
year has brought new patronage from the ranks of 
the college. We take this opportunity of express- 
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through the superior quality of its workmanship and the depend- 
ability of its service has grown to be the most complete establish- 
ment of its kind in Florida and one of the largest in the South. 

Those of you whom we have had the pleasure of serving while 
in college, have contributed in no small measure to this success, 
and we take this opportunity to thank you for your patronage and 
to express the hope that we will continue to have the privilege 
of serving you whenever you need anything produced by Drew's! 



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AN APPRECIATION 



Of the co-operation of the staff; the 
efforts and interest of the Faculty Com- 
mittee, Dr. Conradi and Mr. Kellum; the 

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Southwestern Engraving Company and 
Foote and Davies Company; of the assist- 
ance of the advertisers; and of the stu- 
dents whose encouragement hns been an 
incentive to better work. 

SARAH CALDWELL, 
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